This thesis discusses the dispersion of optical pulses in fiber waveguides. Procedures for determining the transfer function of an optical fiber using either time domain measurements or frequency domain measurements are given. A test set is described which uses time domain measurements for dispersion characterization. Complex transfer function data are presented for various fiber lengths as well as optical connectors. Prediction of bandwidths of long fibers from bandwidth/measurements taken on shorter length fibers is discussed. A relation between the bandwidth of cascaded connectors in terms of the bandwidth of a single connector is obtained.
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Riad, Aicha A.R.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
iv, 100 pages
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Geeslin, Alan Edward, "Optical Fiber Dispersion Characterization" (1979). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 416.