Single Mode

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Intel 8237 - Modes - Single Mode
... In single mode only one byte is transferred per request ... For every transfer, the counting register is decremented and address is incremented or decremented depending on programming ...
Fiber Optic - Principle of Operation - Single-mode Fiber
... such as speckle that occur when coherent light propagates in multi-mode fiber ... As an optical waveguide, the fiber supports one or more confined transverse modes by which light can propagate along the fiber ... Fiber supporting only one mode is called single-mode or mono-mode fiber ...
Supercontinuum - Historical Overview - The 1980s
... repeated Lin's 1978 setup with a mode-locked NdYAG ... greater than 100 kW and they achieved better than 70% coupling efficiency into a 10 μm core single-mode Ge doped fibre ... However there were some higher order modes, which were attributed to sum-frequency generation between the pump and Stokes lines ...
Mandrel Wrapping
... fiber optics, mandrel wrapping is a technique used to preferentially attenuate high-order mode power of a propagating optical signal ... substantial energy in affected modes, the modal distribution will be changed ... in optical transmission performance tests, to create a defined mode power distribution or to prevent multimode propagation in single mode fibre ...

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