Some fundamental problems relating to optical fibres:I The attainment of loss coefficients of 10-5 cm-1, II The ultimate bandwidth performance of optical fibre transmission lines
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Fibres for optical communications are currently being made with two types of material, namely low-temperature compound glasses and high-temperature silica-based glasses. The paper outlines the techniques used in the two cases and summarizes the results which have so far been achieved.
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