Photonics Dictionary

low-loss fiber

Optical fiber that transmits a greater percentage of input light than does high-loss step-index fiber. Low-loss fiber requires higher purity materials and a more sophisticated drawing process and thus is more expensive; it is used primarily in data communications.
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