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Fig. shows the electromagnetic radiation spectrum and allows to locate the radiation used in optical fiber transmission.
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CHAPTER 10 OPTICAL FIBERS AND FIBER-OPTIC COMMUNICATIONS Tom G. Brown The Institute of Optics Uni y ersity of Rochester Rochester, New York 1 0.
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Optical Transmitter Optical Fiber/Cable Connectors Optical Receiver Figure 1: Simple Fiber Optic Link.