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Impact of Linear Mode Coupling on the Group Delay Spread in Few-Mode Fibers

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We report an investigation on the group delay spread in few-mode fibers operating in the weak and strong linear coupling regimes, and for the first time, we study the transition region between them. A single expression linking the group delay spread to the fiber correlation length is validated for any coupling regime, considering 3 guided modes.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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