Fabrication and applications of dispersion varying optical fibre
At Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 1997), Hong Kong.
06 - 09 Jan 1997.
The evolution of light propagating in an optical fibre is determined by the complex interplay of the distributed linear (e.g. loss and dispersion) and third order nonlinear effects that the signal experiences as it propagates through the system. The ability therefore to independently control any of these physical properties of the medium along a fibre's length is therefore an extremely enabling capability, offering the possibility of distributed optical waveform control
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