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Enhanced ESI for prediction of waveguide dispersion in single-mode optical fibres

Enhanced ESI for prediction of waveguide dispersion in single-mode optical fibres
Enhanced ESI for prediction of waveguide dispersion in single-mode optical fibres
We provide an enhanced equivalent step index (EESI) approximation for the accurate prediction of waveguide dispersion on monomode optical fibres. Using a quadratic 'enhancement function' the waveguide dispersion even for the triangular core profile fibre can be predicted to be between 92 and 100% of its exact value in the single-mode region.
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1019-1021
Martinez, F.
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Hussey, C.D.
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Martinez, F.
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Hussey, C.D.
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Martinez, F. and Hussey, C.D. (1984) Enhanced ESI for prediction of waveguide dispersion in single-mode optical fibres. Electronics Letters, 20 (24), 1019-1021. (doi:10.1049/el:19840694).

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We provide an enhanced equivalent step index (EESI) approximation for the accurate prediction of waveguide dispersion on monomode optical fibres. Using a quadratic 'enhancement function' the waveguide dispersion even for the triangular core profile fibre can be predicted to be between 92 and 100% of its exact value in the single-mode region.

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Published date: 1984

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Local EPrints ID: 78596
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78596
ISSN: 0013-5194
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Author: F. Martinez
Author: C.D. Hussey

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