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Two Mode Optical Fiber in Space Optics Communications

Originální název

Two Mode Optical Fiber in Space Optics Communications

Anglický název

Two Mode Optical Fiber in Space Optics Communications

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

In our contribution we propose to use of a two-mode optical fiber as a primary source in a transmitting optical head instead of the laser diode. The distribution of the optical intensity and the complex degree of the coherence on the output aperture of the lens that is irradiated by a step-index weakly guiding optical fiber is investigated. In our treatment we take into account weakly guided modes with polarization corrections to the propagation constant and unified theory of second order coherence and polarization of electromagnetic beams.

Anglický abstrakt

In our contribution we propose to use of a two-mode optical fiber as a primary source in a transmitting optical head instead of the laser diode. The distribution of the optical intensity and the complex degree of the coherence on the output aperture of the lens that is irradiated by a step-index weakly guiding optical fiber is investigated. In our treatment we take into account weakly guided modes with polarization corrections to the propagation constant and unified theory of second order coherence and polarization of electromagnetic beams.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT20288,
  author="Martin {Hampl}",
  title="Two Mode Optical Fiber in Space Optics Communications",
  annote="In our contribution we propose to use of a two-mode optical fiber as a primary source in a transmitting optical head instead of the laser diode. The distribution of the optical intensity and the complex degree of the coherence on the output aperture of the lens that is irradiated by a step-index weakly guiding optical fiber
is investigated. In our treatment we take into account weakly guided modes with polarization corrections to the propagation constant and unified theory of second order coherence and polarization of electromagnetic beams.",
  address="European Space Agency",
  booktitle="Proceedings of ESA/CNES ICSO 2006",
  chapter="20288",
  institution="European Space Agency",
  year="2006",
  month="june",
  pages="1",
  publisher="European Space Agency",
  type="conference paper"
}