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4. 14 dB/km) • Dispersion could be tailored close to zero anywhere at a wavelength ≥ 1310 nm but not below 1200 nm unless fiber core is significantly reduced through tapering, for example [Birks et al, 2000] • Minimum nonlinear impairments over distances ≥ 100 km • High quality fiber amplifiers with low noise to compensate for whatever be the transmission loss; noise figure could be close to theoretical minimum of 3 dB • Demonstration of hero experiments at transmission rates > terabit/s over a single fiber through modulation techniques like CSRZ-DQPSK and polarization mode division multiplexing.
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8 During the experiments, the mode field pattern was monitored by imaging the output on a Vidicon camera to make sure only the fundamental mode was launched. Using the NA and V-number values, the Mode Field Diameter (MFD), d1/e2, for the fundamental mode will be given by Eq. 75 Fig. 12. Typical spectra of the reflected light sampled by the circulator for different launched pump powers into the As2S3 fiber core. 0 m. Estimated SBS threshold: (27 ± 3) mW. Tick labels shown only on one plot for clarity.
Frontiers in Guided Wave Optics and Optoelectronics by Bishnu Pal (Ed)