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Pulse delay measurement of the zero waveguide of material dispersion in optical fibres

Pulse delay measurement of the zero waveguide of material dispersion in optical fibres
Pulse delay measurement of the zero waveguide of material dispersion in optical fibres
Pulse delay measurements on fibres are reported over a wide wavelength range straddling the zero of material dispersion. Results for phosphosilicate and a range of germania-doped fibres indicate that the wavelength of negligible material dispersion lies in the range 1270-1350nm. The optimum wavelength depends on the concentration for fibres containing germania.
130-132
Payne, D.N.
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Hartog, A.H.
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Payne, D.N.
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Hartog, A.H.
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Payne, D.N. and Hartog, A.H. (1978) Pulse delay measurement of the zero waveguide of material dispersion in optical fibres. Optical Communication, 31 (2), 130-132.

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Pulse delay measurements on fibres are reported over a wide wavelength range straddling the zero of material dispersion. Results for phosphosilicate and a range of germania-doped fibres indicate that the wavelength of negligible material dispersion lies in the range 1270-1350nm. The optimum wavelength depends on the concentration for fibres containing germania.

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Published date: 1978

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/379763
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