Energy, Optics, and Optoelectronics

Polymer Optical Fiber or Plastic Optical Fiber (POF) is an optical fiber that is made out of polymer, similar to that of glass optical fiber, POF also transmits light (for illumination or data), so Polymer Optical Fiber has been called the "consumer" optical fiber because the fiber and associated optical links, connectors, and installation are all inexpensive. The perfluorinated polymer fibers are commonly used for much higher-speed applications such as data center wiring and building LAN wiring. Polymer optical fibers (POF) can be used for remote sensing and multiplexing due to their low-cost and high resistance, The refractive index of a polymer is based on several factors which include polarizability, chain flexibility, molecular geometry and the polymer backbone orientation

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