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Electrical and electronic engineering
Modeling of macro-bend losses for single mode fibers with multiple cladding or coating layers is presented. Macro-bend losses for standard single mode fibers (SMF28) are investigated theoretically and experimentally, showing that the inner primary coating layer of SMF28 has a significant impact on the bend losses and most of the radiation field is absorbed in the inner primary coating layer of SMF28. The agreement between theoretical calculations and experimental measurements suggests that the so-called elastooptical correction in modeling is not required for SMF28.
Wang, Q., Farrell, G.,Freir, T.:Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Macro-Bend Losses for Standard Single Mode Fibers.Optics Express, Vol.13, no. 12, 2005