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Numerical prediction of fiber transmission characteristics from arbitrary refractive-index profiles

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Abstract

Transmission characteristics including the combined effect of waveguide and material dispersion are predicted numerically for the LP modes in fibers with arbitrary refractive-index profiles. The method exploits normalization to reduce the amount of computation needed to study the transmission characteristics of many fibers with the same refractive-index profile shape.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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