Impact Of Dispersion On Analog Video Transmission (1991)

By Louis D. Williamson, American Television and Communications Corporation

As the development of 1550 nm AM technology progresses, the impact dispersion will have on analog transmission has become an important issue. This paper discusses the effects of dispersion on AM video signals and possible solutions that will allow for the utilization of 1550 nm AM systems on standard single-mode fiber.

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