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For a fraction of power loss in optical fiber, the absorption or absorptive principle accounts. This occurs as the optical fiber converts it to heat after absorbing optical energy. To design an optical attenuator with a known reduction of power, the absorptive principle can be employed. In the optical path to absorb optical energy, the absorptive principle uses material. To reduce the power being received and transmitted, the principle is simple but can be an effective way.
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