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9.1. 0,23 . 9.3. 0,9999.

9.6. () 5- 103 --; () 0,577; () 27,6 ; () 6,9 -.

9.7. 0,47; 0,61.

9.8 5- 105 ; 7-105 .

10.2. () 4,7 - 2,85 -; () ~ 50 (mmVmkm) ~ 45/(2-);

() ~ 86 ~ 77 .

10.3. 0,84 / 1,02 /.

10.4. » 30 ( > 60 /(2 ) » 0,90 > X « 0,89 ; (11.2.1).

11.1. /[1 0,625 XVmkm.

11.2. ( (fe )2) () 911; () 1,4 ; 0,13 ; () 0,5 .

11.3 : () 54 ; () 1,1 . : () 3,9 ; () 2,3 .

11.5. 2,8 4,7 () (i) 67 52 8,3 6,5; (2) 211 164 24, 1 18,8 () (1) 92 (2) 48 () (1) 48 (2) 14 .

12.1. () 0,48 /; () 0,52 /; () 0,57.

12.2. = 5-10* -*: () 0,95; () 37 .

12.3. () 0,88, 0,58 /; () 6,8 ; 0,035 : () 36, 8 ; () 0,43 , 0,75.

12.4. 4.10=2-«; 0,000375 mVc; 0,00150 mVc; /si = 2-lO-ie , /2 = 0,1 . li /5 nf , [. w ij nJHpHne ,

nir>oexp( - Eg/2kT).

12.5. () (1) 159 ; (2) 159 .

13.4. () 48, 1 ; 15 /, () 378, 4 ; 15 /; () 0,75 ; 587 . 13.7. 0,0409; 0,0817 ( - 0,0408 0,0816); « 1,9-10/; 2,2./.

14.1. () 1,5 / 1£ () 0,6 /.

14.2. 18 /.

14.4. () 0,56 /; 1.5 / 1,8 /; 0,46 /; 5,6 ./; 0,15 /;

14.5. : / = 2nkTC\f/e (), (llf = 8nkTC\f/ /(3?>) . £ = 5 = 100

() (/): 0,43 ; 4,3 ; (1*: 0,525 / - 1, /= 10 X (<z>A/, 1-1); (1): F == 1; 34 ; 340 ; = 100, F 5,6,4 , 64 ...

14.6. () [-]: 0,0025; 0,8; 3,2; 1,66; 0,04; () ; () 52,4 ; () 2,5 .

14.7. () 10; ; () /(25/4); () /10.

14.8. () -110-«« AVrnl: 0,16; 0,021; 160; 0,33; 0.04; () 38 ; () 7 .

14.9. () aXlO*; ; () 6x25/4; () /10, () , , , -10*, /5.

14.10. ( 2 ): > 2,120; ( - 5 ); > 3,14; 314. 15.1. 8-10-1»; 4-10-».

15.4. 1,6 ; 3,3 ; 4,9 .

15.5 X 8,5 (» 19 ); » 12,6 (» 22 ); 15,7 (» 24 ).

15.7. 18,4 /.

15.8. () 0.54 /; 624 /, (15:3.20) ; () 13,6; 246 /; () 136 /;

24,6 /; (15.3.16) So, (15.3.17) .

15.9. () 9550 ; () [10-6 /): 27.4; 0,8; 173; 0,04; () » » 41,4 , .



15.10. () 110-« /]; 0,25; 0,8; 16,56; 0,04; () 11,0,38 ; () 0,46 .

15.11. () > 13; () [10-2* AVni): 16, 211; 33. q q,. ()3,1: () 3.7 .

15.12. () 9 , 2,7 ; () 0,18 , 53,5 ; ) 1,59 : 0,477 .

15.13. () 30 ; () 0,59 ; () 5,3 .

16.1. 8.3 .

16.2. () 0,405 (/2).; 3,2 (-)/; () 1,6 ; () 500, 50; (rl 0.5 (1,72).

16.4. () 70 /2; () 40 (8"); () 89,4- 70,5-221,5 -61,6 .

16.5. () 0,694 /; () 8 /.

16.6. 80 %; X 45 %.

16.7. 1 ; 1 ; 1 . 16.9. 7,5-10-2» / 9.5-10-2» /.

17.1. 4-10-21 /.

17.2. 5.3.

17.5. () 10,7 , 1,7 ; () 1,0- -» 2/.

17.6. 3,3 .

,

2.1. ., . . - .: , 1973. - 719 .

5.2. .. . -. 1980.

7.3. . : . ./ . .. . - .: , 1978. - 791 .

15.1. . . - .: , 1976. 16.1. . . .- 1970. - . 58, 10,- . 365-372.



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4.1 J. E. Midwinter, Optical Fibers for Transmission, John Wiley (1979).

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