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9. A 5 m length оf fiber trаnsmits 98.9 % оf light entering it. Hоw much light will remаin аfter 5 km? 10. a) If 0.73 µW of light is measured at the end of a fiber optic (58 km) with an attenuation of 0.021 dB/km, how much light was sent initially? b) What is the equivalent signal in dBm and dBµ? 11. Determine the length of a 5 ns pulse sent through a 50 km multimode fiber with a total dispersion of 3.75 ns/km. 12. You lose 0.72 dB coupling a 2670 nW HeNe laser into a multimode optical fiber. Another 0.18 dB loss occurs at the receiving end. Determine the length of the fiber, knowing that the output signal is 0.94 µW. (Attenuation is 0.01 dB/km) 13. a) Determine the total chromatic dispersion for a fiber with a waveguide dispersion of 7.5 ps/nm-km and a material dispersion of 1.6 ps/nm-km. b) This fiber is used in a communication system for transmitting 12.5 ps pulses by using as a source a HeNe laser (632.8 nm) with a spectral width of 0.015 nm. Determine the width of the output pulse knowing that the fiber length is 75 km. 14. In an optical communication system, the optical source provides a signal with 6.5 mW power. At the receiving end there is a loss of 2.75 dB due to a bad connector. The coupling connection of the source induces a 1.09 dB loss into the system. Two repeaters (0.99 dB each) are added to the system. The fiber length has an attenuation of 0.04 dB/km. Determine the length of the fiber required to transmit a 1.2 mW signal. 15. A 50 ns pulse is sent through a step index multimode fiber with a length of 100 km. The fiber has a characteristic dispersion of 5.9 ns/1000m. Determine: a) The modal dispersion of the fiber. b) The data rate (Data rate = 0.7/pulse spreading). 16. A laser source (0.05 nm bandwidth) is connected to a fiber that transmits a single mode at 1300 nm. The fiber chromatic dispersion is 65 ps/nm-km. Determine: a) The maximum data rate that fiber could transmit 120 km. b) An optical amplifier (repeater) is needed after every 24 dB of fiber loss. If the fiber attenuation is 1.2 dB/km, how many repeaters are required to transmit the signal?
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Questiоn 6 Study the grаph belоw аnd аnswer the questiоns that follow. 6.1 What is the difference in percentage between elderly women and men? Show your calculation (2)