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Crosstalk characteristics of a 100 km-long spliced polarisation-maintaining optical fibre

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4 Author(s)
Sasaki, Y. ; NTT Ibaraki Electr. Commun. Lab. ; Tajima, K. ; Tsubokawa, M. ; Suzuki, K.

Crosstalk of -10.1 dB in a 100 km-long spliced polarisation-maintaining optical fibre has been achieved at 1.56 μm wavelength. The fibre has been constructed from 14 125 μm-diameter PANDA fibres, with an average modal birefringence of 4.8×10-4 , by conventional arc-fusion splice techniques. An average transmission loss of 0.37 dB/km, including the splice loss, has been obtained at 1.56 μm wavelength

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 10 )

Date of Publication:

12 May 1988

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