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Noise caused by interaction of optical sources and transmission media: modal and mode partition noise

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Remarkable progress in optical-fiber technology has now taken us beyond the first-generation optical fiber systems involving graded-index fibers and GaAlAs light emitting or laser diodes. When these first systems reached the stage of commercial use, noise related to laser diodes and fibers was hardly recognized as “unknown burst error phenomena.” This is mainly because those early systems were designed somewhat conservatively.

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