Abstract

In recent years, wideband transmission lines have been necessary for subscriber loops, especially in broadband ISDN1 and optical CATV systems.2 The use of single-mode fiber (SMF), which has a wide bandwidth, is desirable to permit future upgrading, possibly beyond 1 Gb/s, and its cost may be less than that of graded-index fibers.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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