Mathematical modeling of random coupling between polarization modes in single-mode optical fibers: XIII. Conditions of applicability of the ergodic hypothesis for fiber ring interferometers

@article{Malykin2006MathematicalMO,
  title={Mathematical modeling of random coupling between polarization modes in single-mode optical fibers: XIII. Conditions of applicability of the ergodic hypothesis for fiber ring interferometers},
  author={G. Malykin and V. I. Pozdnyakova},
  journal={Optics and Spectroscopy},
  year={2006},
  volume={100},
  pages={748-766}
}
Some additional conditions of applicability of the ergodic hypothesis to fiber ring interferometers (FRIs) with a loop consisting of a single-mode optical fiber (SMOF) with random inhomogeneities are considered. It is shown by mathematical modeling that the change in the phase difference of counterpropagating waves at the FRI output with the SMOF temperature is not a stationary random process. However, in a fairly narrow temperature range, this dependence can be assumed to be locally stationary… Expand
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