Hollow Fiber-Optic Boosts Light Performance

Credit: Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) has achieved a milestone in fiber-optic design with development of a hollow air-filled core that forces light to move through channels of air instead of glass. As a result, light properties significantly increase. The hollow-core fiber is...

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