Published August 14, 2006
by Althos Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
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Optical fiber s are made from either glass or plastic. Most are roughly the diameter of a human hair, and they may be many miles long. Light is transmitted along the center of the fiber from one end to the other, and a signal may be imposed. Fiber optic systems are superior to metallic conductors in many applications. For a reference on real-world fiber optic transmission, if you think you might like to really design hardware for that, Agrawal is by far the best I've seen: GP Agrawal, Fiber-Optic Communication Systems, 4th Edition You can sample the previous ed. Publisher Summary. This chapter illustrates practical aspects of connection technology and determines performance of the joints. The theoretical analysis of a fiber optic connection with regard to basic parameters, such as mismatch, misalignment, and the other factors are useful to understand the losses within the various types of optical fiber joint. Optical fiber is a cable, which is also known as cylindrical dielectric waveguide made of low loss material. An optical fiber also considers the parameters like the environment in which it is operating, the tensile strength, durability and rigidity. The Fiber optic cable is made of high quality extruded glass (si) or plastic, and it is flexible.