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All-fiber interferometer for chromatic dispersion measurements

An all-fiber interferometric method for chromatic dispersion measurements in meter-length single-mode fibers is presented. In a Michelson setup the physical length of a reference fiber was varied so as to obtain adjustable optical delay. Time resolution, ease of manipulation, and mechanical isolation are considerably improved with respect to conventional interferometers. Resolution of group delay measurement and chromatic dispersion over the full 1100-1700-nm spectral range are better than 5 fs and 0.1 ps/nm-km, respectively

    Keywords: fibre optic sensors ; light interferometers ; optical dispersion

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    Group. of Appl. Phys., Geneva Univ., Switzerland Copyright 1988, IEE 3132206 0733-8724 time resolution manipulation ease chromatic dispersion measurements all-fiber interferometric method single-mode fibers Michelson setup physical length optical delay mechanical isolation conventional interferometers group delay measurement 1100 to 1700 nm 5 fs

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