Presentation 2004/5/13
Study of accurate fiber skew measurements using a phase method (Optical Fiber Technology)
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Abstract(in English) The important parameter for optical parallel transmission systems is skew. Recent fiber ribbon manufacturing technologies make the skew value low. Therefore, the accurate skew measurements for these low skew fiber ribbons become very important. In this report, we discuss the accurate skew measurements by a phase method. Phase fluctuations are measured for two types of lasers, a DFB-LD and a FP-LD, to clarify the light source dependence. Phase fluctuations are also investigated theoretically, based on the lasing mode fluctuations (mode partition). Fluctuat ions using an ordinary single mode fiber and a dispersion shift fiber (DSF) are measured and the measured results are in good agreement with the theoretical ones. We also investigate the phase fluctuations in the case of a DFB-LD as a light source.
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Keyword(in English) skew / fiber ribbon / phase method / optical parallel transmission
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Title (in English) Study of accurate fiber skew measurements using a phase method (Optical Fiber Technology)
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Keyword(1) skew
Keyword(2) fiber ribbon
Keyword(3) phase method
Keyword(4) optical parallel transmission
1st Author's Name Norio KASHIMA
1st Author's Affiliation Department of Electrical Communication, Faculty of Engineering Shibaura Institute of Technology()
Date 2004/5/13
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Volume (vol) vol.104
Number (no) 64
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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