Diameter Mismatch Loss | Alker Fibre Optic Specialists

Diameter Mismatch Loss

The loss of power at a joint that occurs when the transmitting fiber has a diameter greater than the diameter of the receiving fiber. The loss occurs when coupling light from a source to fiber, from fiber to fiber, or from fiber to detector.

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