2) Dispersion-shifted fiber
in L-band:Dispersion-shifted fiber
(DSF) is a type of single-mode optical fiber that is tailored to shift the zero-dispersion wavelength from 1,310 nm to 1,550 nm, a wavelength in which the transmission loss is smaller.
As the backbone of many of the world's most advanced long-haul networks, LEAF fiber is the most widely deployed non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber
(NZ-DSF) in the world.
Musser will also point out that Corning made a significant enhancement to LEAF(R) optical fiber, the world's most widely deployed non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber
, by further improving the already industry leading polarization mode dispersion (PMD) of the product.
Musser also will announce that Corning has enhanced LEAF(R) fiber, the world's most widely deployed non-zero dispersion-shifted fiber
(NZ-DSF), by providing low water peak attenuation, including post-hydrogen aging.