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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

September 1, 2021
Guidelines for combining different single‑mode fibre sub‑categories
This document provides guidelines concerning single-mode fibre inter-compatibility. A given category of single-mode fibre, for example B-655, can have different implementations by suitably...
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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