Fiber Optics Handbook: Fiber, Devices, and Systems for Optical Communications: Fiber, Devices, and Systems for Optical Communications (Google eBook)
McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 1, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 307 pages
Prepared under the auspices of the Optical Society of America, Fiber Optics Handbook includes detailed, expert coverage of every essential topic in what has become the hottest field in telecom.
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CHAPTER 1 OPTICAL FIBERS AND FIBEROPTIC COMMUNICATIONS
CHAPTER 2 OPTICAL FIBER COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND SYSTEM OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 3 NONLINEAR EFFECTS IN OPTICAL FIBERS
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absorption achieved active region applications attenuation bandwidth bit rate Bragg gratings cavity channel chirp cladding clock collision communication systems components core coupler coupling crosstalk demultiplexing detector devices EDFA effect electroabsorption electroabsorption modulator Electron emission Erbium-Doped Fiber Amplifiers fabrication Fiber Amplifiers Fiber Optic fiber-optic FIGURE filters four-wave mixing frequency gain glass increases input intensity interferometer jitter laser diode layer length Lett light Lightwave linewidth loss mode modulation multimode fiber multiplexing noise nonlinear operating optical amplifiers Optical Fiber Optical Fiber Communications optical power oscillator output phase photodiodes Photonics polarization propagation pulse quantum Raman ratio receiver reflection refractive index relaxation oscillation result semiconductor lasers sensor shift shown in Fig signal single-mode fiber soliton spectral spectrum strain switching techniques telecommunications temperature threshold time-division multiplexing tion transmission transmitted typically VCSELs voltage wave waveguide wavelength wavelength-division multiplexing width