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PMD & PDL

ContributorsGisin, Nicolas
Published inPolarization Mode Dispersion, Editors Menyuk, C. R. & Galtarossa, A., p. 113-125
PublisherNew-York (USA) : Springer New York
Collection
  • Optical and Fiber Communications Reports; 1
Publication date2004
Abstract

We present the formalism required to describe the combined effects of polarization mode dispersion (PMD) and polarization dependent losses (PDL) in optical fibres. The combination of PMD and PDL may lead to anomalous dispersion, which is not correctly described by a direct application of the Jones Matrix Eigenanalysis (JME) method. An extended version of this work can be found in Huttner et al.

Keywords
  • Applied Optics
  • Optoelectronics
  • Optical Devices
  • Communications engineering
  • Networks
Citation (ISO format)
GISIN, Nicolas. PMD & PDL. In: Polarization Mode Dispersion. New-York (USA) : Springer New York, 2004. p. 113–125. (Optical and Fiber Communications Reports) doi: 10.1007/s10297-004-0008-y
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