Handbook of Fiber Optic Data Communication (2nd Edition) by Casimer DeCusatis

By Casimer DeCusatis

The instruction manual comprises chapters on all of the significant criteria, fast reference tables, beneficial appendices, plus a brand new thesaurus and record of acronyms. This functional guide can stand by myself or as a significant other quantity to DeCusatis: Fiber Optic information verbal exchange: Technological Advances and developments (February 2002, ISBN: 0-12-207892-6), which used to be constructed in tandem with this publication.

* contains rising applied sciences comparable to Infiniband, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, and MPLS Optical Switching
* Describes innovative advertisement items, together with LEAF and MetroCore fibers, dense wavelength multiplexing, and Small shape issue transceiver packages
* Covers all significant criteria, frequently written by means of an identical those that designed the criteria themselves
* contains an accelerated directory of references at the world-wide-web, plus hard-to-find references for overseas, homologation, and kind approval requirements
* handy tables of key optical datacom parameters and word list with hundreds of thousands of definitions and acronyms
* buzzwords defined, together with SAN, NAS, and guy networking
* Datacom marketplace research and destiny projections from prime forecasters

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For ease of manufacturing and to prevent the glass surface from being scratched the coating is applied during the drawing process. Often, the first coating is not sufficient to protect the fiber and additional coatings are used, which are commonly referred to as buffering. The buffered fiber is then embedded in various strength members and additional protective jackets. These additional layers have as their primary goals to protect the fibers from water, rodents, and temperature fluctuations and to reduce stress in the fiber (Fig.

ThCriault, et al. 1995. “An All-Fiber Dense-Wavelength-Division MultiplexerDemultiplexer Using Photoimprinted Bragg Gratings,” IEEE Photonics TechnologyLetters 7(4): 388-390. 34. , W. W. Morey, and W. H. Glenn. 1989. “Formation of Bragg Gratings in Optical Fibers by a Transverse Holographic Method,” Optics Letters 14(15): 823-825. 35. Hill, K. , B. Malo, and F. Bilodeau, et al. 1993. “Bragg Gratings Fabricated in Monomode Photosensitive Optical Fiber by W Exposure Through a Phase Mask,” Applied Physics Letters 62( 10): 1035-1037.

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