Single-mode fibers are optical fibers which are designed such that they support only a single propagation mode per polarization direction for a given wavelength. These are also called Monomode fibers. A peculiar property of single-mode fibers is that the transverse intensity profile at the fiber output has a fixed shape, which is independent of the launch conditions and the spatial properties of the injected light, assuming that no cladding modes can carry substantial power to the fiber end.
Related Journals of Single mode
Journal of Electrical & Electronic Systems, Journal of Physical Chemistry & Biophysics, ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, Advances in Modeling and Analysis C, Advances in Modelling & Simulation, Advances in Modelling and Analysis B: Signals, Information, Data, Patterns, AMSE Review (Association for the Advancement of Modelling and Simulation Techniques in Enterprises).