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Search Publications by Igor Vayshenker

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Optical-Fiber Power Meter Comparison between NIST and PTB

Author(s)
Igor Vayshenker, Holger Haars, Xiaoyu X. Li, John H. Lehman, David J. Livigni
We describe the results of a comparison of reference standards between the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST-USA) and Physikalisch-Technische

Comparison of Reference Standards for Measurements of Optical-Fibre Power

Author(s)
S. V. Tikhomirov, A. I. Glazov, M. L. Kozatchenco, V. E. Kravtsov, A. B. Svetlichny, Igor Vayshenker, Thomas Scott, Douglas L. Franzen
National reference standards for determining optical-fibre power maintained by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST, USA) and the All

Optical Fiber Power Meter Nonlinearity Calibrations at NIST

Author(s)
Igor Vayshenker, Shao Yang, Xiaoyu X. Li, Thomas Scott, Christopher L. Cromer
We describe a system for measuring the response nonlinearity of optical fiber power meters and detectors over a wide power dynamic range at telecommunication

Optical Fiber Power Meter Calibrations at NIST

Author(s)
Igor Vayshenker, Xiaoyu X. Li, David J. Livigni, Thomas Scott, Christopher L. Cromer
NIST has established measurement services for the calibration of optical fiber power meters at the three nominal wavelengths of 850, 1300, and 1550 nm using

Optical Fiber Power Measurements

Author(s)
Igor Vayshenker, Xiaoyu X. Li, David J. Livigni, Thomas Scott
We describe NIST measurement services for the calibration of optical fiber power meters. To augment the absolute power measurements NIST provides nonlinearity

Transfer function analysis of measured transfer matrices

Author(s)
Shao Yang, Igor Vayshenker, A. R. Mickelson
Measurements of mode transfer matrices of various multimode fiber optic connectors are presented. To analyze the accuracy and repeatability of such measurements