Single Mode Fibre
A small core optical fibre through which only one mode will propagate.
A fibre having a small core diameter (approximately 9 microns) with a cladding having a refractive index very close to that of the core will transmit light in a single-mode entering at a narrow-angle and transmitting over very wide bandwidths.
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