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    The shape and amplitude of interference signal was additionally controlled by the oscilloscope. Based on these data, the dependence of the path difference ∆l on the wavelength λ was plotted. Dispersion parameter D(λ) and path difference ∆l(λ) are related through
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    : , л 1[(л)] (л) d dl Lc D (1) where L is the length of the fiber under test; c is the speed of light. Experimental verification In order to verify the measurement technique described above the dispersion parameter of standard telecommunication fiber SMF-28 was measured with the setup shown in figure 1.