Abstract

The power penalty due to modal noise has been quantified and experimentally verified for single-mode fiber systems operating above their cutoff frequency. It is shown how the modal power distribution evolves from one connector/splice to the next and affects the degree of modal noise.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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