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We study and optimize weakly-coupled few-mode fibers for single-mode and mode-division-multiplexed operations that allow to increase reach and capacity of transmission systems.
We report the design and fabrication of a few-mode fiber that supports 4 robust modes with low mode couplings, large differential group delays, large effective areas of similar values, and low losses.
We present a low frequency coherent peak-to-peak detection method to evaluate Draka's (BendBright-Elitetrade) new bend insensitive fiber MPI and show that a -30dB maximum threshold is satisfied in… (More)
We demonstrate the feasibility of all-solid G.652.D fibers that exhibit bend losses 10 times lower than ITU-T recommendation G.657.B and 0.05 dB/turn at 5 mm bend radius at 1550 nm.
We study and optimize few-mode fibers for weakly-coupled mode division multiplexed transmissions that allow to multiply the capacity of single-mode systems by more than a tenfold.
Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers can present holes in spectral gain in Wavelength Division Multiplexing operation. The origin of this inhomogeneous saturation behavior is still a subject of controversy.… (More)
A 26dBm L-Band Lumped Raman Fibre Amplifier based on highly non-linear Ge-doped Photonic Crystal Fiber is reported. The amplifier uses commercially available pump laser diodes, and has a very fast… (More)
We present the first comprehensive study quantifying, both theoretically and experimentally, the impact of splice/connection losses on coherent multipath interference (MPI) experienced in… (More)
We demonstrate how all-solid single-trench-assisted (ultra-) bend-insensitive fibers meet the FTTH market requirements and growing needs. High manufacturing robustness, excellent splicing… (More)