Liquid – Phase Techniques MCQ’s

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This set of Optical Communication Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Liquid – Phase Techniques”.

1. Which materials are unsuitable for the fabrication of graded index fiber?
a) Glass-like-materials
b) Mono-crystalline structures
c) Amorphous material
d) Silica based material

2. Graded index fibers produced by liquid-phase melting techniques are less dispersive than step-index fibers.
a) True
b) False

3. How many different categories are available for the methods of preparing optical glasses?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

4. What is a fundamental necessity in the fabrication of fibers for light transmission?
a) Same refractive index for both core and cladding
b) Pump source
c) Material composition of fiber
d) Variation of refractive index inside the optical fiber

5. What is the first stage in liquid-phase-technique?
a) Preparation of ultra-pure material powders
b) Melting of materials
c) Decomposition
d) Crystallization

6. At what temperature range, does the melting of multi components glass systems takes place?
a) 100-300 degree Celsius
b) 600-800 degree Celsius
c) 900-1300 degree Celsius
d) 1500-1800 degree Celsius

7. The minute perturbations and impurities in the fiber drawing process using preform technique can result in very high losses of _____________
a) Between 500 and 1000 dB/km
b) Between 100 and 300 dB/km
c) Between 1200 and 1600 dB/km
d) More than 2000 dB/km

8. Which processes are involved in the purification stage in liquid-phase-technique?
a) Filtration, Co-precipitation, Re-crystallization
b) Decomposition, Filtration, Drying
c) Doping, Drying, Decomposition
d) Filtration, Drying, Doping

9. Fiber drawing using preform was useful for the production of graded index fibers.
a) True
b) False

10. The liquid-phase melting technique is used for the production of fibers ___________
a) With a core diameter of 50μm
b) With a core diameter less than 100μm
c) With a core diameter more than 200μm
d) With a core diameter of 100μm

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