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Physics of fiber optics

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Published by American Ceramic Society in Columbus, Ohio .
Written in English

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  • Fiber optics -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Bernard Bendow, Shashanka S. Mitra ; [associate editor, Esther Lense].
    SeriesAdvances in ceramics ;, v. 2
    ContributionsBendow, Bernard, 1942-, Mitra, Shashanka Shekhar, 1933-, American Ceramic Society. Glass Division., American Ceramic Society. Basic Science Division., University of Rhode Island. Division of Engineering Research and Development., Special Conference on Physics of Fiber Optics (1980 : Chicago, Ill.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC447.9 .P48
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 569 p. :
    Number of Pages569
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3862098M
    ISBN 100916094421
    LC Control Number81183059

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    This curriculum was originally developed for a senior-level optics course in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Brigham Young University. Topics are addressed froma physics perspective and include the propagation of light in matter, reflection and transmission at boundaries, polarization effects, dispersion, coherence, ray optics and. By , the field of nonlinear fiber optics had advanced enough for a whole book to be devoted to it, the second edition of which appeared in (Agrawal ). From the standpoint of material science, optical fibers provide a new class of nonlinear materials that can be exploited for a myriad of applications.

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Prof. Fedor Mitschke, a German physicist, was involved in pioneering work on fiber-optic solitons at Bell Laboratories in Author: Fedor Mitschke. The Physics Behind Fiber Optics. A fiber-optic cable is composed of two concentric layers, called the core and the cladding, as illustrated in Figure The core and cladding have different refractive indices, with the core having a refractive index of n1, and the cladding having a refractive index of n2.

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The book is written in a pedagogical style so that students of both physics and electrical engineering, as well as technicians and engineers involved in optical technologies, will benefit.

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; sponsored by the society's Glass andBasic Science Divisions and the Division of Engineering Research and. incomplete nature of classical optics and provide a brief introduction to quantum optics.

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