Handbook of Optics, Volume 4
Mcgraw-hill, Oct 27, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 832 pages
A new volume in the field's bestselling optics reference--an entirely new opus focusing exclusively on fiber-optics. Contains an ultra-handy, comprehensive index to all four Handbook of Optics volumes.
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Fiber Dispersion and Attenuation 1
Francisco Arregui Public University Navarra Pamplona Spain CHAP
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absorption active region anti-Stokes applications bandgap bandwidth beam bit rate Bragg gratings Brillouin Brillouin scattering carrier cavity channel chirp clock coefficient coherent components coupling crosstalk crystal demultiplexing density depends detector devices dispersion EDFA effect efficiency electroabsorption modulator emission energy equations fabrication Fiber Amplifiers fiber-optic FIGURE filters four-wave mixing frequency gain glass IEEE Photonics increases index change input intensity interaction jitter laser diode layer length Lett light Lightwave limit linear linewidth loss material medium mode modulation multimode multiplexing noise Nonlinear Optics operation Optical Fiber Optical Parametric Oscillator optical power output phase Phys polarization propagation pulse radiation Raman scattering reflection refractive index regime relaxation oscillation resonant result sensor shift shown in Fig single-mode fiber soliton spatial spectral spectrum Stimulated Raman switching Technology temperature third-order threshold time-division multiplexing tion transmission transmitted typically VCSELs waveguide wavelength wavelength-division multiplexing width