IEC TR 61282-9:2016
Fibre optic communication system design guides - Part 9: Guidance on polarization mode dispersion measurements and theory
- much of the theory has been condensed - focusing only on content that is needed to explain the test method;
- symbols have been removed, but abbreviations are retained;
- the material in the Clause 5 has been significantly reduced in an effort to avoid repeating what is already in the actual International Standards. Instead, the focus is on explaining the International Standards;
- measurement methods that are not found in International Standards have been removed;
- there are significant corrections to the modulation phase shift method, particularly in regard to the Mueller set technique;
- there are significant corrections to the polarization phase shift method;
- the proof of the GINTY interferometric method is presented. This proof also extends to the Fixed Analyser Cosine transfer technique;
- another Fixed Analyser method is suggested. This is based on the proof of the GINTY method and is called "spectral differentiation method";
- Clause 6 has been renamed "Limitations" and refocused on the limitations of the test methods. This Technical Report is not intended to be an engineering manual;
- the annexes have been removed;
- the bibliography has been much reduced in size;
- the introduction has been expanded to include some information on system impairments. Keywords: polarization mode dispersion (PMD)
|Publication type||Technical Report|
|TC/SC||TC 86/SC 86C - Fibre optic systems and active devicesrss|
|ICS||33.180.01 - Fibre optic systems in general|
|File size||2197 KB|
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