Dispersion Statistics in Concatenated Single-Mode Fibres,
COMPANIA TELEFONICA NACIONAL DE ESPANA MADRID**
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Dispersion measurements data from two sets of fibre cable-lengths were employed to determine the histograms of slope and wavelength of zero chromatic-dispersion in concatenated single-mode fibres we use a Monte-Carlo technique under two concatenating scenarios, depending whether those fibres being concatenated are or not manufactured by the same process. Results show that the variances of slope and wavelength of zero-dispersion are inversely proportional to the number N of fibre cable-lengths being concatenated.