Fiber Optic Networks

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - Fiber optics. - 513 pages
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This text provides a unified, cross disciplinary treatment of fiber optic networks. Rather than focusing on point-to-point fibre optic links, this reference looks at the more modern issues of fibre optic network links. Figures, problems, pictures of real devices, and diagrams of real systems supplement the text. The book is designed for communications research and development professionals, especially those involved with fibre optics.

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Fiber Optic Networks
Applications and Their Requirements
Fibers Couplers and Taps

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About the author (1993)

PAUL E. GREEN Jr. has been a leader in various branches of radiophysics and communications, contributing planetary range-doppler mapping, the first operational spread spectrum system, and the first commercial wavelength division multiplex product, among other advances. He is a retired director of optical networking at Tellabs, as well as a former senior manager in the Computer Science Department at IBM Research Division. Dr. Green is also the author of the critically acclaimed book "Fiber Optic Networks,

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