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Performance NXT sunlens have a lower refractive index, internal stress, and chromatic dispersion (Abbe number) than polycarbonate, resulting in lower surface reflection and rainbow effect, higher definition and sharper images.
The PowerShaper(TM) FDS module compensates for chromatic dispersion using cascaded Gires-Tournois etalons.
However, the emergence of wavelength-division multiplexing now requires that chromatic dispersion itself be measured over the [approximately equal to]80 nm optical bandwidth occupied by multiple wavelength channels.
This revolutionary advancement in multimode fiber communications systems delivers the ultimate in reach and design flexibility, compensating for both modal and chromatic dispersion to deliver verified optical performance and signal integrity beyond 10/40/100 Gb/s Ethernet and 8/16 Gb/s Fibre Channel standards requirements.
announced today the release of the FTB-5800 Chromatic Dispersion Analyzer.
Important topics this year were dispersion measurements, both polarization dispersion and chromatic dispersion, and nonlinear optical measurements.
Paper OMF2, "A High-Efficiency Ytterbium-Doped Fiber Amplifier Designed for Interplanetary Laser Communications") PUSHING THE LIMITS FOR OPTICAL FIBER NETWORKS Traditionally, high bandwidth signals (40 Gb/s) could only be transmitted over approximately six kilometers of standard optical fibers without optical devices to compensate for the fibers' inherent limits, such as the chromatic dispersion which results in the separation of the different optical frequencies of the signal.
Dispersion is the largest category and contains two sessions on polarization mode dispersion, and one session each on chromatic dispersion and group-delay measurements on fiber Bragg gratings.