16 April 2001 Accelerated aging and life tests of optical fibers
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The reliability of the network optical fibers is a critical issue for telecommunications. New investigations methods have been developed within a cooperative program supported by France Telecom. They include low coherence interferometry and optical near field microscopy in association with classical analysis tools such as Scanning Electron Microscopy and Shear Force Microscopy. One aim of the study is the localization and the characterization of the defects from which failure originates. The aging effect has been investigated in silica fibers immersed in desionized water at 65 °C and 85 °C for different times : from 3 to 12 months
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Lotfi Berguiga, Lotfi Berguiga, Cyril Lupi, Cyril Lupi, Nicolas Hyon, Nicolas Hyon, Laurent Salomon, Laurent Salomon, Guy Normand, Guy Normand, Roger Le Ny, Roger Le Ny, Eric Tanguy, Eric Tanguy, Dominique Leduc, Dominique Leduc, Monique Auvray, Monique Auvray, Jean Claude Bizeul, Jean Claude Bizeul, Alain Gouronnec, Alain Gouronnec, Frederique de Fornel, Frederique de Fornel, Christian Yves Boisrobert, Christian Yves Boisrobert, Michel Poulain, Michel Poulain, Marcel Poulain, Marcel Poulain, } "Accelerated aging and life tests of optical fibers", Proc. SPIE 4215, Optical Fiber and Fiber Component Mechanical Reliability and Testing, (16 April 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.424384; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.424384
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