Fiber Optic Installations: A Practical Guide

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McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 234 pages
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This text presents the basic principles of the installation and operation of fibre optic systems in varying environments. The focus throughout is on the nuts-and-bolts details of installation using prevailing industry standards.

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Contents

Properties of Light
13
Optical Fiber
19
Cable Composition
37
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Bob Chomycz has more than 29 years of experience in the engineering, construction, management, and operations of telecommunication networks. He is the founder, president, and chief engineer of Telecom Engineering, Inc., which specializes in providing engineering designs, installation services, and products for fiber optic, wireless, and wired network solutions to global companies. Mr. Chomycz is the author of "Planning Fiber Optics Networks.

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