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Coupling Coefficients and Coupled Power Equations Describing the Crosstalk in an Image Fiber
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Publication Date: 1996/02/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Electromagnetic Theory
optical fiber, image fiber, crosstalk, coupled power equation, coupling coefficient,
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One of coupling coefficients appearing in the coupled power equations describing the crosstalk in an image fiber is derived based on the coupled mode theory. Cores arranged in the cross-section of the fiber differ randomly to the degree of several percent in size and consequently modes propagating along the cores differ randomly. Random fluctuations of the propagation constants of modes cause the random transfer process of power between the cores, whereas contributions of the random fluctuations of the mode coupling coefficients to the statistical process can be neglected. The coupling coefficient is described as the ratio of the power transfer ratio to the coupling length for two cores with slightly different radii characterizing the random cores. The theoretical results are in good agreement with measurement results except near cutoff.