Monomode Fiber-Optic Design: With Local-Area and Long-Haul Network Applications

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Fiber optics is a transmission technique that uses electrical signals to modulate a light source and thereby produce an optical signal proportional to the electrical signal. These optical signals contain information that is transmitted via a glass waveguide to a light-sensitive receiver. Fiber optics has a distinct advantage over copper networks for some applications. The objective of this book is to explore monomode, as opposed to multimode, applications of fiber optics to local area networks (LANs), which have become a ...

Monomode Fiber-Optic Design: With Local-Area and Long-Haul Network Applications 2012, Springer, Dordrecht

ISBN-13: 9789401170024

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Monomode Fiber-Optic Design: With Local-Area and Long-Haul Network Applications 1987, Springer, Dordrecht

ISBN-13: 9780442211073

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