Abstract

The application of linear systems concepts to multimode fiber communication has proven to be a useful design tool. As single-mode fiber becomes more widely used, it is important to examine whether or not it may be considered to be a linear element within an optical system. This paper investigates time-frequency relationships for monomode fibers.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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