optical fibre

NOUN
  1. a very thin fiber made of glass that functions as a waveguide for light; used in bundles to transmit images
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How To Use optical fibre In A Sentence

  • Sending such digital signals lends itself well to using light along optical fibres rather than electrical signals along copper wires.
  • Optical fibre amplifiers. Basic specification. Part 1 - 3 : test methods for gain parameters. Optical power meter.
  • With flamboyance and little affectation, she explained the functions and advantages of optical fibre communication.
  • An optical fibre uses total internal reflection to carry a light beam over long distance and around corners.
  • In telecommunications, optical fibres made of glass will gradually replace the traditional copper cables in new equipment.
  • This has generated some confusing comparisons between the capability of optical fibre and coaxial cables.
  • It also explains why it is virtually certain that Britain's main trunk lines will rely on optical fibre.
  • Are there risks to being an early adopter of optical fibre connections? Computing
  • Governments have wasted a lot of money on silly projects, but the dissipation of a trillion dollars in the space of a couple of years on valueless dotcoms and redundant optical fibre is a record that is not going to be matched any time soon.
  • This Recommendation covers the characteristics of a cut - off shifted single - mode optical fibre cable.
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