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NIST Symposium Reports Advances in Fiber Optic Measurements

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Author(s)

Kent B. Rochford

Abstract

SOFM 2004 took place September 28-30, and was hosted by NIST's Optoelectronics Division in Boulder, Colorado, in cooperation with the Optical Society of America and the IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society. It brought scientists from 15 countries, and over half of the papers originated from outside the United States. A review of key papers presented at the symposium provides insight into the current status of fiber measurements, and a good indication of future developments of the technology.
Citation
Photonics Spectra

Keywords

fiber metrology, optical fiber, standardized measurements

Citation

Rochford, K. (2005), NIST Symposium Reports Advances in Fiber Optic Measurements, Photonics Spectra (Accessed May 19, 2024)

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Created January 1, 2005, Updated January 27, 2020