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Call number:TK5103.15.J64::2003 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:High-speed signal propagation : advanced black magic
Author(s): Howard W. Johnson
Martin Graham
Date:2003
Publisher:Prentice Hall, Professional Technical Rreference, Upper Saddle River, NJ
Size:766
ISBN:013084408X
Series:Prentice Hall modern semiconductor design series v. 27, Suppl.
Keywords: Telecommunication cables.
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Call number:TK5103.D47::1993 Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Get a grip on network cabling
Author(s): Frank J. Derfler
Les Freed
Date:1993
Publisher:Ziff-Davis Press, Emeryville, Calif
Size:219
ISBN:1562760572
Keywords: Telecommunication cables.
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Call number:SPRINGER-1979-9781461329374:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fiber and Integrated Optics
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (417 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-2937-4
Contents:Propagation in Optical Fibers -- Fiber Technology -- Measurements -- Waves and Rays -- Uniform Circularly Symmetric Fibers -- Randomly Bent Fibers -- Effects Not Predicted by Paraxial Ray Theory -- Fabrication of Optical Fibers --
Attenuation and Dispersion Control -- High Silica Fibers Fabrication Techniques -- Multicomponent Glass Fibers -- Plastic Clad Fibers -- Fibers Made by Phase Separation -- Experimental Evaluation of Optical Fibers: A Review --
Geometrical Measurements -- Measurement of Refractive Index Profile -- Continuous Measurement of Fiber Geometry and Profile by Transverse Illumination -- Absorption and Scattering Loss Measurements -- Test of Microbending Loss --
Attenuation Measurements -- Pulse-Distortion and Frequency-Response Tests -- Conclusions -- Cable Fabrication -- Requirements for Optical Fiber Cable -- Transmission Properties -- Mechanical Properties -- Multifiber Bundle --
Telecommunication Cables -- Coating Fiber -- Monofiber Cable -- Multifiber Cable -- Ribbon Cable -- Fiber Optic Communications Systems: Subjective Nature of Human Communications -- Why Digital Communications? -- How to Go from Analog
to Digital Signal -- Fiber Optic Communication Systems -- Fiber Transmission Characteristics -- The Photoreciever -- Transmitter Design -- Signal Processing in Digital Fiber Optic Transmissions -- Analog Transmission -- General
Conclusion -- Photodectors for Integrated Optics and Fiber Optical Communication -- Characteristics of Photodiodes Sensitive Between 0.5 and 1.5 eV -- An Example: Photodiode Performance in Optical Fiber Communication Systems -- Summary
-- Fiber Raman Lasers -- Stimulated Raman Scattering -- Raman Oscillators -- Other Nonlinear Processes -- Conclusions -- Planar Optical Waveguides -- Total Reflection -- Dielectric Films -- Film Mode Scattering -- Graded-Index Films --
Strip Guides -- Strip-Loaded Film Guide -- Rib Guide -- Bulge Guides -- The Coupled-Mode Formalism in Guided-Wave Optics -- The Coupled-Mode Formalism -- Elecromagnetic Derivations of the Coupled-Mode Equations -- Nonlinear
Interactions -- Electrooptic Mode Coupling -- Phase Matching in Elecrooptic Coupling -- Photoelastic Coupling -- Coupling by a Surface Corrugation -- Summary -- Optical Waveguide Modulation Techniques -- Definitions -- Some Physical
Effects Used in Optical Modulators and Switches -- Bulk Modulators -- Optical Waveguide Modulators -- Coupled-Wave Devices -- Codirectional Devices -- Contradirectional Devices -- Exotic Uses of Guided Wave Optics -- Fiber Devices --
Integrated Optical Devices -- Scientific Use of Guided Wave Optics -- Conclusion -- Nonlinear Experiments with Ti Diffused LiNbO3 Optical Waveguides -- Coherence Effects of the Electromagnetic Field Propagating in a Multimode Optical
Fiber -- Measurement of the Near-Field Intensity -- Measurement of the Complex Degree of Coherence -- A Comparison of Single-Mode and Multimode Fibres for Long-Distance Telecommunications -- Attenuation -- Fabrication -- Limiting Core
Diameter for Single-Mode Operation -- Bandwidth -- Characterisation -- Bending and Microbending Losses -- Splice Losses -- Sources and Detectors -- Geodesic Lenses in Integrated Optics -- Perfect Aspheric Geodesic Lenses with Smooth
Junctions -- Hemishperical Geodesic Correlator -- Conclusions -- Guided Wave Activity in Germany -- Optical Fibre Communication -- Integrated Optics -- Recent Work on Optical Fibre Systems and Components in the UK -- Optical Fibre --
Fibre Propagation -- Fibre Measurement Techniques -- Fibre Jointing, Splicing and Connectors -- Sources -- System Design -- Systems Experiments -- Fibre and Integrated Optics in France -- A National Review on Fiber and Integrated
Optics Activity in Italy -- Fibers and Cables -- Sources and Detectors -- Measurement Methods -- Systems -- Integrated Optics -- Economic Aspects of Fibre Systems -- Cost-Comparison Studies -- Basic Cost Factors for Fibre Systems --
Cost Comparison with Copper Cable Systems -- Conclusions
ISBN:9781461329374
Series:eBooks
Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Springer eBooks
Series:NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series B: Physics: 41
Keywords: Physics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Optics and Electrodynamics
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