G.652D is the fiber-optic fiber model in fiber optic cable, representing the non-dispersion displacement single-mode fiber, is currently the most widely used single-mode fiber. Commercially launched in 1983, its scattered wavelength at 1310nm, at 1550nm at the minimum attenuation, but there is a larger positive dispersion, about 8ps (nm/km), the working wavelength can be selected 1310nm, can also choose 1550nm.
This fiber is the most widely used fiber, most of the fiber has been laid, fiber optic cable is most of this kind of fiber. In the late 1970s, attempts were made to replace light-emitting diode light sources with developed long-life semiconductor lasers to obtain longer communication distances and greater communication capacity, but pattern noise occurs when lasers are transmitted in multimode optical fibers. In order to overcome the mode noise, in 1980 successfully developed a single-mode fiber (non-dispersive displacement single-mode fiber), referred to as standard single-mode fiber, which ITU-T recommends as G.652 fiber. Because the design idea of single-mode fiber is to transmit only one mode, there is no mode noise that occurs when transmission occurs in multimode fiber. Therefore, in the mid-1980s, 140Mbit/s optical fiber communication system consisting of laser light source and standard single-mode fiber, in which the relay distance and transmission capacity far exceeded the transmission system of coaxial cable, so that the optical fiber communication system gradually replaced the copper cable communication, becoming the main communication mode adopted in the telecommunications industry.