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Approximate analytic forms for the propagation characteristics of single-mode optical fibre

Approximate analytic forms for the propagation characteristics of single-mode optical fibre
Approximate analytic forms for the propagation characteristics of single-mode optical fibre
An approximate expression for the Petermann spot size is derived in terms of an extended form of the Marcuse spot size expression. When used in conjunction with the Rudolph-Neumann approximation it yields accurate forms for the propagation characteristics on single-mode fibres.
0013-5194
1103-1104
Hussey, C.D.
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Martinez, F.
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Hussey, C.D.
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Martinez, F.
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Hussey, C.D. and Martinez, F. (1985) Approximate analytic forms for the propagation characteristics of single-mode optical fibre. Electronics Letters, 21 (23), 1103-1104. (doi:10.1049/el:19850783).

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An approximate expression for the Petermann spot size is derived in terms of an extended form of the Marcuse spot size expression. When used in conjunction with the Rudolph-Neumann approximation it yields accurate forms for the propagation characteristics on single-mode fibres.

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Published date: 1985

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Local EPrints ID: 78574
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78574
ISSN: 0013-5194
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