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Cerenkov pulse dispersion in two low‐loss fibers
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4.These fibers were obtained from the Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York, under the product numbers 0‐790‐W‐02 (graded) and 0‐790‐W‐01 (step).
5.J. V. Jelley, Cerenkov Radiation and Its Applications (Pergamon, New York, 1958), Chap. 1, p. 5.
6.This measurement is consistent with our assumption that the Cerenkov pulse persists no longer than the 50‐psec electron‐generating pulse.
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9.The shift in the maxima of the filtered curves toward shorter arrival times is due to the combined effects of the longer peak wavelength of the filtered light relative to the wavelength maximum of the unfiltered, and the fiber index which decreases with increasing wavelengths.
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