In order to meet the exponential increase of traffic demand, Fujikura have developed FutureGuide®-USS fiber which can be used for wider range of wavelengths, S-, C- and L-bands. Conventional non-zero dispersion (G.655) fiber has high chromatic dispersion at L-band and requires expensive dispersion compensation modules while there is high non-linear effect at S-band due to too small chromatic dispersion.
FutureGuide®-USS is designed with a half of chromatic dispersion compared to conventional non-zero dispersion fiber and the same level of relative dispersion slope (RDS) as G.652 fiber allows the use of relatively low cost dispersion compensation modules for G.652D fiber. FutureGuide®-USS is the most suitable fiber for metro network.
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- Ultra Small Dispersion Slope in a Wide Range of Wavelengths (S-, C- and L-bands)
- Small Chromatic Dispersion in a Wide Range of Wavelengths (S-, C- and L-bands)
- Same Relative Dispersion Slope (RDS) as SM fiber
|Mode Field Diameter at 1550nm||µm||7.7±0.4|
|Effective Area (Aeff)||µm2||45 (Typical)|
|Attenuation at 1460nm||dB/km||≤0.28|
|Attenuation at 1550nm||dB/km||≤0.22|
|Attenuation at 1625nm||dB/km||≤0.24|
|Cable Cut-off Wavelength||nm||≤1450|
|Chromatic Dispersion (1460-1625nm)||ps/(nm·km)||2.0-8.0|
|Chromatic Dispersion (1530-1565nm)||ps/(nm·km)||4.0-7.0|
|Relative Dispersion Slope at 1550nm||nm-1||0.0033 (Typical)|
|Polarization Mode Dispersion (Free Tension Condition)||ps/√km||≤0.1|
* All the data above are the characteristics of the optical fiber. Please contact us for the specification of optical cords and cables.