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5 February 1990 Comparison Of Lightwave System Performance Using Single-Mode Silica (1.55 µm) and Fluoride Fibers (2.55 µm) With Direct And Coherent Detection
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Comparison of fluoride-based and silica-based fiber on system performance with respect to the repeater link length is analyzed. The effects of dispersion, fiber attenuation, splice loss, source linewidth and fiber unit length on system performance is simulated by computer.
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Harish R. D. Sunak, Clark P. Engert, and Kriengrai Tintasuwan "Comparison Of Lightwave System Performance Using Single-Mode Silica (1.55 µm) and Fluoride Fibers (2.55 µm) With Direct And Coherent Detection", Proc. SPIE 1176, Components for Fiber Optic Applications IV, (5 February 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.963298
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