Fiber-Optic Systems: Network Applications
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 4, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 141 pages
Covers the procedures for selecting and implementing fiber optic systems, and gives a broad overview of both the existing market and future trends. Considers the various components of fiber optic systems and the characteristics to bear in mind when choosing a particular system. Also considers an extensive range of applications, partcularly in data networks.
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Fibers and fiber cables
Connectors couplers splicers and WDM
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