chromatic dispersion


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chromatic dispersion

Etymology: Gk, chroma + L, dis, apart, spargere, to scatter
the splitting of light into its various component wavelengths or frequencies, such as with a prism, to separate and study the different colors.
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Dispersion compensating fiber (DCF) and fiber Bragg grating (FBG) can be used for chromatic dispersion compensation modules in our investigated DWDM-PON system.
Adaptive chromatic dispersion compensation using higher order polarization-mode dispersion," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol.
As the three components propagate down the fiber, chromatic dispersion causes the phase of each of the components to drift apart from one another.
In fiber optical transmission systems dispersion compensation modules (DCM) (also called dispersion compensation units--DCU) can be used for chromatic dispersion compensation.
This technology enables effective compensation for fiber chromatic dispersion and ISI signal distortions, and provides an attractive cost performance balance, ideal for high volume metro DWDM transport, such as in inter-data center connection, enterprise, and broadband mobile back-haul networking applications.
Dispersion is the largest category and contains two sessions on polarization mode dispersion, and one session each on chromatic dispersion and group-delay measurements on fiber Bragg gratings.
com/research/5bhw8s/highspeed_fiber_o) has announced the addition of the "High-speed Fiber Optics Communications and Chromatic Dispersion Compensation" report to their offering.
The types of measurements discussed included attenuation/ loss, chromatic dispersion, cross talk, cutoff wavelength, effective area, effective index, four-wave mixing efficiency, index of refraction profile, mode-field diameter, non-linear coefficients, polarization dependent loss and polarization-mode dispersion.
chromatic dispersion, polarization mode dispersion, noise) and allows the use of alien wavelengths in research networks over DWDM systems from multiple vendors," said Roeland Nuijts, Optical Network Architect for SURFnet.
With its high-performance MLSE DSP engine, the MP1100Q is able to mitigate the chromatic dispersion found in the deployed metro transport networks.
The Digital Signal Processing (DSP) ASSP (Application Specific Standard Product) plays a very important role in 100G deployments as it provides Chromatic Dispersion (CD) compensation and Polarization Mode Dispersion (PMD) compensation without using expensive optical devices.
The family also offers chromatic dispersion and first-order polarization mode-dispersion measurement and compensation.