Fictive Temperature Measurements in Silicabased Optical Fibers and Its Application to Rayleigh Loss Reduction - PDF

Fictive Temperature Measurements in Silicabased Optical Fibers and Its Application to Rayleigh Loss Reduction
The study on the measurements of fictive temperature on optical fibers to optimize the manufacturing process to reduce loss in Rayleigh scattering in telecommunication optical fibers.
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