Fiber Optics in Communications Systems

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CRC Press, Mar 1, 1978 - Science - 264 pages
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Describes the mechanisms of major components, such as fibers, cables, emission sources, detectors, modulators, repeaters, & system network designs. Includes a section on industrial automation & process control systems.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
FIBERS AND CABLES
6
Cables
34
Measurements
43
Fiber Optic Standards
49
Field Testing
50
Power Feed in Cables
51
COUPLERS CONNECTORS AND SPLICES
67
PHOTODETECTORS AND REPEATERS
119
Responsivity Current and TNEP
120
Detector Coupling
128
Detector Modules
130
Temperature Control
131
Repeaters
132
Repeater SNR
137
Pulse Spreading
138

Fiber Splicing
68
Alignment Losses
73
Multiple Single Fiber Splicing
74
MultiFiber Bundle Connectors
78
Light Source Coupling
79
Coupling Efficiency
82
Integrated Optical Circuits
85
LIGHT SOURCES AND MODULATORS
94
LEDs
95
Lasers
98
Lifetime
101
Laser Design
105
NonSemiconductor Lasers
107
Modulation
109
Source Encoding
110
Repeater Spacing
139
SYSTEM DESIGN
147
Fiber Cable Choice
150
Receiver Design
152
Transmitter Design
157
MultiTerminal Networks
158
Data Bus Design
162
Simplified Design Procedure
168
Cable TV Design Example
180
Digital Link Design Example
184
HIOVIS Project
188
ECONOMICS AND APPLICATIONS
195
APPENDIX
219
INDEX
243
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