Optoelectronic Line Transmission: An Introduction to Fibre Optics presents a basic introduction as well as a background reference manual on fiber optic transmission.
The book discusses the basic principles of optical line transmission; the advantages and disadvantages of optical fibers and optoelectronic signalling; the practical applications of optoelectronics; and the future of optoelectronics. The text also describes the theories of optical line transmission; fibers and cables for optical transmission; transmitters including light-emitting diodes and lasers; and receivers including photodiodes. The use of waveguides, couplers, connectors and repeaters in optical line transmission; the role of optical fibers in communication systems; and optoelectronic test techniques are also considered.
The book concludes by discussing the trends and the future of optoelectronic line transmission and the increased use of microelectronics in the industry and military.
Practising electronic and telecommunications engineers, technicians and readers and students of communications technology will find the book invaluable.
Preface Acknowledgments 1 Introduction Background Basic Principles of Optical Line Transmission Advantages of Optical Fibers and Optoelectronic Signaling Disadvantages of Optical Fibers and Optoelectronic Signaling Practical Applications of Optoelectronics The Future of Optoelectronics 2 Theory Snell's Law Acceptance Angle Numerical Aperture Modes Optical Power and Power Density Optical Fiber Input Power Dispersion Losses Chromatic Dispersion Optical Transitions in Semiconductors Usable Bandwidth of Optoelectronic Transmission Systems Cut-Off Frequency of an Optical Fiber Fiber Bandwidth Modulation and Demodulation of the Sub-Carrier Signal-to-Noise Ratio Types of Mixers Types of Multiplexing 3 Fibers and Cables Single-Mode Fiber Multimode Fiber Manufacturing Processes and Designs of Optical Waveguides Cable Characteristics and Specifications Optical Fiber Cable Design Types of Cable Installation of Optical Fiber Cables 4 Transmitters - Light Emitting Diodes and Lasers Conversion of Electrical Energy into Light Waves Light Emitting Diodes Types of LED Laser Diodes Main Types of Laser Diodes Laser Diodes in the 1300 and 1600 NM Region 5 Receivers - Photodiodes Conversion of Light Waves Into Electrical Energy Design Characteristics of an Optical Receiver The PIN Photodiode Avalanche Photodiodes 6 Waveguides, Couplers, Connectors and Repeaters Coupling Optical Fiber Components and Systems Connectors Fiber Jointing Techniques Enclosures and Containers Repeaters and Generators Multiport Couplers 7 Communication Systems Long Distance Networks Local Networks Considerations in Designing an Optical Fiber Cable System Digital
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- © Newnes 1989
- 1st January 1989
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