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Routine characterisation of single-mode fibres

Routine characterisation of single-mode fibres

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In single-mode fibres, the core diameter and refractive-index difference between core and cladding may be found from the widths of (a) the halfpower points and (b) the first minimum of the far-field radiation. The technique has been used to study the effect of heat treatment.

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