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Crosstalk in polarisation-maintaining fibres

Crosstalk in polarisation-maintaining fibres
Crosstalk in polarisation-maintaining fibres
We show that internal geometric imperfections have a negligible effect on polarisation cross-talk in a birefringent fibre. This is contrary to popular opinion and has considerable implications for the way in which polarisation maintaining fibres are specified.
Payne, F.P.
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Payne, D.N.
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Varnham, M.P.
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Payne, F.P.
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Varnham, M.P.
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Payne, F.P., Payne, D.N. and Varnham, M.P. (1986) Crosstalk in polarisation-maintaining fibres. ECOC: 12th European Conference on Optical Communication, Barcelona, Spain. 01 Sep 1986.

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Abstract

We show that internal geometric imperfections have a negligible effect on polarisation cross-talk in a birefringent fibre. This is contrary to popular opinion and has considerable implications for the way in which polarisation maintaining fibres are specified.

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Published date: 1986
Venue - Dates: ECOC: 12th European Conference on Optical Communication, Barcelona, Spain, 1986-09-01 - 1986-09-01

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77659
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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
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