Optical and Microwave Technologies for Telecommunication Networks

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John Wiley & Sons, May 31, 2016 - Science - 520 pages
This is a self-contained book on the foundations and applications of optical and microwave technologies to telecommunication networks application, with an emphasis on access, local, road, cars, trains, vessels and airplanes, indoor and in-car data transmission as well as for long-distance fiber-systems and application in outer space and automation technology. The book provides a systematic discussion of physics/optics, electromagnetic wave theory, optical fibre technology, and the potential and limitations of optical and microwave transmission.
 

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Contents

Optical and Microwave Fundamentals
11
Optical Fibers
35
Contents
67
Fiber Manufacturing Cabling and Coupling
75
5
140
Optical Light Sources and Drains
149
7
197
8
209
Fiber and WirelessOptic Data Transmission
215
Last Mile Systems InHouseNetworks LAN and MANApplications
263
Optical DataBus and Microwave Systems for Automotive Application
427
References
463
Index
497
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Otto Strobel, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Otto Strobel has worked for many years in R&D and consultancy for companies including Daimler, Alcatel-Lucent (now Bell Labs Germany), HP (now Agilent), Siemens, and Diehl Aerospace. He currently teaches physics, optoelectronics, optical communication, optical buses in automotive applications and optical sensors at the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences.

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