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Mass production of depressed clad single-mode liber

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A manufacturing process for a depressed clad single-mode fiber has been developed and introduced into mass production at the Western Electric Atlanta Works. This 125-μm diam fiber has a germania-doped silica core with depressed index phosphorus-fluorine-doped silica cladding.1 The design has been optimized to provide minimal chromatic dispersion near 1310 nm while maintaining a low-loss high-dispersion window at 1550 nm.2

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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