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IEC/TR 62000

Guideline for combining different single-mode fibres types

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Organization: IEC
Publication Date: 1 November 2010
Status: active
Page Count: 16
ICS Code (Fibres and cables): 33.180.10
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This technical report provides guidelines concerning single-mode fibre compatibility.

A given type of single-mode fibre, for example B4, may have different implementations by suitably optimising several of the following parameters: mode field diameter (hence effective area), chromatic dispersion coefficient, slope of the chromatic dispersion curve, cable cut-off wavelength.

This guideline indicates the items that should be taken into account when planning to connect: (1) different implementations of single-mode fibres of the same type, e.g. different implementations of type B single-mode fibres, and (2) single-mode fibres of different types, e.g. B1.1 with B4. See IEC 60793-2-50 for the attributes and definitions of single-mode fibre.

This guide does not consider the connection of fibres with the same implementation from different manufacturers, which is already considered by the standardisation procedure.

Document History

IEC/TR 62000
November 1, 2010
Guideline for combining different single-mode fibres types
This technical report provides guidelines concerning single-mode fibre compatibility. A given type of single-mode fibre, for example B4, may have different implementations by suitably optimising...
November 1, 2005
Single-mode fibre compatibility guidelines
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