Intrinsic attenuation in multi-mode fiber interconnects

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Abstract

A Wilson basis is an ingenious modification of a Gabor frame, with basis functions that have a notionally compact support in phase space. We shall give a short description of an algorithm for the construction of a Wilson basis. Through spatial scaling of the Wilson basis relative to a higher-order LP-mode, the basis may appear to vary from effectively local to effectively global. For mode-matching purposes local is advantageous. However, the field expansion requires fewer coefficients in the more global basis.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 61st International Cable Connectivity Symposium (IWCS), November 11-14, 2012, Providence, RI, USA
PublisherIWCS
Pages829-832
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    Floris, S. J., Hon, de, B. P., & Bolhaar, T. (2012). Intrinsic attenuation in multi-mode fiber interconnects. In Proceedings of the 61st International Cable Connectivity Symposium (IWCS), November 11-14, 2012, Providence, RI, USA (pp. 829-832). IWCS.