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TecMeasurements of Enhanced BER fluctuations due to CombinPeMd D and PDL Effects in Optical Systemshnical Digest Symposium on Optical Fiber Measurements

Published inTechnical digest - Symposium on Optical Fiber Measurements, 2000 : digest of a symposium, Editors Williams, P.A. Eoleol & Day, G.W, p. 105-108
PublisherWashington (USA) : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Collection
  • NIST special publication; 953
Publication date2000
Abstract

Polarisation effects that can't be explained neither by polarisation mode dispersion (PMD) nor by polarisation dependent losses (PDL) alone have been. Moreover, theoretical models and simulations suggest that these combined PMD+PDL effects may significantly increase the fluctuations that come along with polarisation effects. We present measurements of BER fluctuations in a concatenation of PMD and PDL elements. The result confirms that combined PMD+PDL effects may introduce fluctuations larger than those estimated by simple rms rules

Keywords
  • Optical fibers, Measurement, Congresses, Fibres optiques, Mesure
Notedigest of a symposium, in Boulder, Colarado on September 26 - 28, 2000
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GISIN, Nicolas et al. TecMeasurements of Enhanced BER fluctuations due to CombinPeMd D and PDL Effects in Optical Systemshnical Digest Symposium on Optical Fiber Measurements. In: Technical digest - Symposium on Optical Fiber Measurements, 2000 : digest of a symposium. Washington (USA) : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2000. p. 105–108. (NIST special publication)
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