coupling loss


coupling loss: 1. The loss that occurs when energy is transferred from one circuit, circuit element, or medium to another. Note: Coupling loss is usually expressed in the same units--such as watts or dB--as in the originating circuit element or medium. (188) 2. In fiber optics, the power loss that occurs when coupling light from one optical device or medium to another. [After 2196]


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