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Single Mode Fiber Optic Components
Author(s): R. A. Bergh; M. J.F. Digonnet; H. C. Lefevre; S. A. Newton; H. J. Shaw
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Paper Abstract

Optical systems composed of single-mode fiber are finding increasing utility as high-band-width transmission systems, interferometers, and sensors. In addition to the unique properties of single mode fibers that permit such applications, these systems have an important advantage over their conventional bulk optics equivalents - namely, a compact, lightweight, flexible, and completely guided optical path. If fiber systems are to exploit this advan-tage to the fullest, however, compatible components are needed to perform some of the basic functions (power division, polarization control and filtering, etc.) that may be required in any optical system.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 October 1982
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 0326, Fiber Optics: Technology '82, (15 October 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.933346
Show Author Affiliations
R. A. Bergh, Stanford University (United States)
M. J.F. Digonnet, Stanford University (United States)
H. C. Lefevre, Stanford University (United States)
S. A. Newton, Stanford University (United States)
H. J. Shaw, Stanford University (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0326:
Fiber Optics: Technology '82
Claire E. Loscoe, Editor(s)

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