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Impact of the Maritime Environment on the Aging of Optical Fibers

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Abstract

The effect of the maritime environment on the aging of optical fibers coatings was studied. The obtained stress decay rate was 29.05 days, however, this value is higher than for a pure water saturate environment.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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