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Author Paek, Un-Chul.
Title Silica optical fiber technology for optical devices and components : design, fabrication, and international standards / Kyunghwan Oh, Un-Chul Paek.
Imprint Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2012.
ISBN 9780471455585 (hardback)
047145558X (hardback)
OCLC No. 781572947
Description xiii, 450 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Note Includes index.
Contents Contents note continued: 4.3.Refractive Index Profile Analysis for Dispersion-Shifted Fibers -- 4.4.Dispersion-Compensating Fibers Using the Fundamental Mode -- 4.5.Dispersion Compensation Using High-Order Modes -- References -- 5.Multimode Fibers for Large-Bandwidth Applications -- 5.1.History and Recent Application Trends of Multimode Optical Fibers -- 5.2.Principle of Multimode Optical Fiber Design -- 5.3.Impacts of Nonideal [alpha]-Refractive Index Profile on Transmission Bandwidth -- 5.4.Main Attributes of GI-MMFs-Bandwidth and Differential Modal Delay -- 5.5.Multimode Optical Fiber Standards -- References -- 6.Optical Nonlinearity Control in Optical Fibers -- 6.1.Historical Review of Optical Nonlinearity in Optical Fibers -- 6.2.Origin of Optical Nonlinearities in Optical Fibers -- 6.3.Specifications of Nonlinear Optical Processes in Optical Fibers -- 6.4.Comparison of Raman and Brillouin Scattering in Single-Mode Optical Fibers --
Contents note continued: 6.5.Control of Raman Scattering in Silica Optical Fibers -- 6.6.Brief Review on Raman Amplifiers and Lasers -- 6.7.Control of Brillouin Scattering in Silica Optical Fibers -- 6.8.Review on Fiber Brillouin Sensors and Recent Novel Applications -- References -- 7.Birefringence Control in Optical Fibers -- 7.1.Physical Parameters for the Polarization Characterization in Optical Fibers -- 7.2.Representation of the State of Polarization in Optical Fiber Using Poincare Sphere -- 7.3.Classifications of Linear Polarization Maintaining Fibers -- 7.4.Fabrication Methods for High Birefringence Fibers -- 7.5.Control of Birefringence by Waveguide Design in Birefringent Fibers -- 7.6.Single-Polarization Single-Mode Fibers -- 7.7.Low Linear Birefringence Fibers -- References -- 8.Optical Fibers Based on Air-Silica Guiding Structure -- 8.1.Review of Air-Silica Guidance in Optical Fibers -- 8.2.Fabrication Technique---Stack and Draw Method --
Contents note continued: 8.3.Effective Index Guiding Air-Silica Optical Fibers -- 8.4.Large Mode Area and Bending Loss Based on Effective Index Guiding Air-Silica Holey Fibers -- 8.5.Dispersion Control in Effective Index Guiding Air-Silica Holey Fibers -- 8.6.Optical Loss in Effective Index Guiding Air-Silica Holey Fibers -- 8.7.Kerr Nonlinearity in Effective Index Guiding Air-Silica Holey Fibers -- 8.8.Birefringence Control in Effective Index Guiding Air-Silica Holey Fibers -- 8.9.Hollow Optical Fiber and its Applications -- References -- 9.Fiber Mode Analysis Using OFACAD -- 9.1.Theoretical Review on Cascaded Boundary Matrix Method -- 9.2.Algorithm for CBM to Find Optical Properties of Guided Modes -- 9.3.Mode Analysis Example Using OFACAD -- References.
Summary "As the emphasis in optical fiber research expands from transmission media to functional fiber devices, various types of specialty optical fibers are being actively developed. Especially in dense wavelength multiplexing (DWDM) systems, novel functions such as fiber filters, fiber MUX/DEMUX, fiber amplifiers, among others, are constantly needed and supplied by specialty fibers. Until recently, optical fibers were treated as passive transmission media with very little attention given to these novel fiber technologies"--Provided by publisher.
"This book deals with current issues in optical fiber design, fabrication and applications in optical devices and components. Unlike existing book which are focused on individual device technologies the proposed book will provide a comprehensive and concurrent discussion of optical fiber technology that can then be applied to individual fiber devices"--Provided by publisher.
Author Paek, Un-Chul.
Series Wiley series in microwave and optical engineering.
Subject Optical fibers.
Fiber optic cables -- Materials.
Optical fiber communication -- Equipment and supplies -- Design and construction.
Optoelectronic devices -- Materials.
Other Author Oh, Kyunghwan.

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