Scientific article

Pressure Dependence of Polarization Mode Dispersion in HiBi Fibers

Published inJournal of Lightwave Technology, vol. 10, no. 11, p. 1527-1531
Publication date1992

Pressure effects in polarization maintaining fibers are investigated both experimentally and theoretically. Interferometric measurements of the propagation times and polarization mode dispersion as a function of hydrostatic pressure over the range 0 to 40 MPa are presented. The finite-element method is used to calculate the pressure-induced variations of the asymmetrical stress in the core. It is observed and comprehensively explained that the birefringence increases with external applied hydrostatic pressure.

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PASSY, Rogerio et al. Pressure Dependence of Polarization Mode Dispersion in HiBi Fibers. In: Journal of Lightwave Technology, 1992, vol. 10, n° 11, p. 1527–1531. doi: 10.1109/50.184888
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