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[10GMMF] Task2, Task 4 Results about Polarization Effects and Kinked Fiber



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Hello All, 
 for a further discussion in the Task groups I  sent Piers two presentations for upload on the IEEE server of the group.
 
1. a compilation of our results on polarization experiments. (There is included some more info than in the talk at the meeting).  
    (Kropp 1 1004.pdf)
2. new experiments with a kink fiber in our lab which is a very good example for a kink at a radius of about 20Ám. Here we
    observe polarisation effects with offset launch also.
    (Kropp 2 1004.pdf)  
 
Maybe it is possible to discuss the results in the telco at monday.
 
 Joerg 
 
 
 

Infineon Technologies Fiber Optics GmbH
MOD CE
Dr. Joerg-R. Kropp
Senior Staff Expert
Wernerwerkdamm 16
D-13629 Berlin / Germany
Phone -49-30-85400-4918
Fax     -49-30-85400-4900
Mail     joerg.kropp@infineon.com


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-stds-802-3-10gmmf@IEEE.ORG [mailto:owner-stds-802-3-10gmmf@IEEE.ORG] On Behalf Of Pete Hallemeier
Sent: Donnerstag, 30. September 2004 19:45
To: STDS-802-3-10GMMF@listserv.ieee.org
Subject: [10GMMF] Channel Ad-Hoc Task 4 Meeting, Monday Oct 4

Hello All:

 

On behalf of Yu Sun, I am forwarding the following meeting reminder for the next Task 4 Telecon.

 

Date: Monday, October 4

Time: 11AM EST, 8AM PST, 4PM GMT

 

Dial In #: 1 888 296 6500

Participant Code: 188249

 

Proposed Agenda:

 

1)       Review of previous meeting minutes

2)       Complete discussion of simulation comparisons with Cambridge

a.       Full fiber set

b.       Pulse shape dependency

3)       Discussion on parameters for simulation of links with connectors with Cambridge 108 model

a.       Connector offset magnitudes

b.       Output power fluctuation comparison for different launches

c.       Others?

4)       Discuss generating Task 4 objectives with Monte Carlo models

a.       5000 fiber delay set

b.       OM3 fibers presented in Ottawa

5)       Discussion of simulating polarization effects

a.       Review Infineon findings

b.       Proposals for simulation techniques

6)       Preliminary look into validation testing

 

 

We hope to see you there-

 

 

 

Peter Hallemeier

Vice President

Optium Corporation

phallemeier@optiumcorp.com

M: 267 664 2419