Optical fiber telecommunications II
Academic Press, Dec 12, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 995 pages
Optical Fiber Telecommunications II provides a comprehensive discussion of the new understanding and attractive new fiber optic technology that has appeared in the past decade. It is an invaluable resource for the lightwave telecommunications field and will be of interest to operating company engineers, component design, and manufacturing engineers, researchers interested in the interrelation between their specialty and others in the system, and students seeking background for additional contributions they will be making.
The Classic Fiber-Optics Book...
INCLUDED IN FIBER OPTIC INSERT, OCTOBER 90
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Fiber Types and Their Status
Selected Topics in the Theory
Fiber Materials and Fabrication Methods
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