<img alt="" src="http://www.oita4bali.com/151621.png" style="display:none;">

How Does a Dispersion Compensating Fiber Reduce Chromatic Dispersion?

Posted by George Zhu on Thu, Apr 27, 2017 @ 16:04 PM

An important factor in the performance of fiber optic communications systems, chromatic dispersion is a topic and performance characteristic that is important to both understand and account for when operating and/or designing equipment for fiber-based networks.

Read More

Topics: chromatic dispersion, dispersion compensating fiber, optical fiber, refractive index, dispersion compensating module

Chromatic Dispersion in Optical Fibers

Posted by Kevin Miller on Wed, Aug 24, 2011 @ 12:08 PM

Chromatic dispersion is a phenomenon that is an important factor in fiber optic communications.  It is the result of the different colors, or wavelengths, in a light beam arriving at their destination at slightly different times.  The result is a spreading, or dispersion, of the on-off light pulses that convey digital information.  Special care must be taken to compensate for this dispersion so that the optical fiber delivers its maximum capacity.

Read More

Topics: optical fiber, chromatic dispersion, optical fibers, long-haul, dispersion compensating fiber, dispersion