monomode

monomode

(ˈmɒnəʊˌməʊd)
adj
(Telecommunications) denoting or relating to a type of optical fibre with a core less than 10 micrometres in diameter
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Although H3PO4 showed a higher value of tan I', it gave a lower conversion of maize oil to ethyl and methyl esters after being exposed to single monomode reactor MW irradiation.
The teflon's filament, along with the pan, was placed in the central part of a commercially available monomode microwave unit (Discover, CEM Corporation, Matthews, NC).
The BN385 features two 3G-SDI paths from the camera position with an optional genlock return, plus a dual-port GigE link on two monomode fibres with optional single-fibre operation.
Microwave experiments were conducted using a CEM discover monomode oven operating at 2450MHz monitored by a PC computer and temperature was maintained at a constant value by power modulation (0-300W).
Figure 9 shows a practical use of this research for demonstrating that supplementing the Continental Microwave WCK-340 Waveguide Calibration Kit (identified in this paper as standards #1, #2 and #6) with two extra standards (standards #11 and #13) improves the untermination quality, while it broadens its operational bandwidth covering the full monomode waveguide frequency range [1.
Besides, the method can be used for analyzing and designing monomode and multimode planar optical waveguides with step index profile, as polymeric planar optical waveguides on glass substrate.
The optical signal is sent through a monomode fibre optics presenting a very low attenuation (2 dB/km).
Optimal Schemes for Dispersion Compensation of Standard Monomode Fiber Based Links.
Albert; Bragg gratings fabricated in monomode photosensitive optical fiber by UV exposure through a phase mask, Appl.
You can use multimode or monomode fiber-optic, but also coaxial copper cable.