Components for fiber optic applications II
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Components for fiber optic applications II 17-18 August 1987, San Diego, California by

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Published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering in Bellingham, Wash., USA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fiber optics -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

StatementVincent J. Tekippe, chair/editor ; sponsored by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ; cooperating organizations, Applied Optics Laboratory/New Mexico State University ... [et al.].
SeriesProceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 839
ContributionsTekippe, Vincent J., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers., New Mexico State University. Applied Optics Laboratory.
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Paginationvi, 186 p. :
Number of Pages186
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15189004M
ISBN 100892528745
LC Control Number87062542

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The fifth edition of Fiber Optic Communications by Joseph C. Palais marks the book's twentieth anniversary. In the 20 years since the first edition of the book was published, fiber optics systems have become more flexible and less costly and information capacity and transmission length have by: Fiber optic components are used to form the fiber optic networking system. Because the fiber system is much complicated than former copper wired system, components needed for fiber optic network also is sophisticated, they include but not limited to transmitters, optical fiber and receivers. Passive optical networks (PONs) are a fiber-optic access technology that can be used for residential and business access, and also for certain backhaul applications and data communications. These applications are also referred to as FTTX, where X stands for . The specificity of fiber optic technology applications in power electronics; Specyfika zastosowań techniki światłowodowej w energoelektronice, Gliwice, Poland, November , Conference.

  Core. The cores, which carry the light, are the smallest components of optical optical fiber core is usually made of glass, although some are made of plastic. The glass used in the core is extremely pure silicon dioxide (SiO2), a material so clear that you could look through 5 miles of it as though you were looking through a household window. This book is an excellent companion to Optical Fiber Telecommunications IVA: Components (March , ISBN: ). selling book, Handbook of Fiber Optic Data Communications; the. A new, extensive chapter has been added covering fiber optic grating sensor technology and its application to aerospace, civil structures, oil and gas and power generating applications. 4.   Beyond telecommunications, optical fibers can also transport optical energy to powering electric or electronic devices remotely. This technique is called power over fiber (PoF). Besides the advantages of optical fiber (immunity to electromagnetic interferences and electrical insulation), the employment of a PoF scheme can eliminate the energy supplied by metallic cable and batteries .

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