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Length dependence of correlation coefficients in multimode fibre concatenations

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1 Author(s)
G. Veith ; Standard Elektrik Lorenz AG, Research Centre, Dept. ZT/FZNG, Stuttgart, West Germany

Cumulative pulse dispersion measurements indicate that correlations between nonadjoining fibres can have a considerable influence on the final bandwidth of a fibre concatenation. For an improved bandwidth prediction the conventionally defined correlation coefficients rij have to be modified by length-dependent weighting factors as long as fibres are separated by intermediate links which are shorter than the fibre coupling length.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 25 )