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Dispersion in graded single-mode fibres

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2 Author(s)
A. W. Snyder ; Australian National University, Department of Applied Mathematics, Institute of Advanced Studies, Canberra, Australia ; R. A. Sammut

The normalised frequency for zero waveguide dispersion of the HE11 mode, called VOD, is highly dependent on profile shape. The more the profile departs from a step, the greater the increase of VOD above the effective single-moded region until, for example, VOD becomes infinite for profiles that fall off at a rate greater than or equal to the parabola.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 10 )