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Origin of radiation-induced loss increases in optical fiber waveguides

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Although there have been numerous studies characterizing the behavior of optical fiber waveguides during and after radiation exposure,1 progress toward an understanding of the nature of the defect centers responsible for the optical loss has hinged on research of a more basic nature.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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