Pulse dispersion in glass fibres
Measurements indicate that pulses incident normally on the end of a cladded multimode fibre are broadened by less than 0.1 ns over a length of 20 m. The measured dispersions in lengths of 20 m and 35 m do not exceed 5 ps/m. However, with an angle of incidence of 17°, or with a defocused input beam, the pulses are broadened by 0.6 ns.
- Pulse communication along glass fibres
- Pulse propagation along glass fibres
- Optical pulse transmission in cladded fibres with imperfections, Trunk telecommunication by guided waves
- Gloge, D., Tynes, A.R., Duguay, M.A., Hansen, W.J.: `Light pulse distortion in dispersive glass fibres measured with a picosecond gate', Paper 8.6, Presented at Conference on laser engineering and applications, June 1971, Washington, DC, USA