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Understanding Optical Communications

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Understanding Optical Communications
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Publisher: IBM Corporation
ISBN/ASIN: 0130201413
ISBN-13: 9780130201416
Number of pages: 638

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This book presents a high level technical overview of the emerging technologies of fibre optical communications and optical networking. Written at the "technical conceptual" level it is intended as an introduction to the field for computer and data communication professionals. Discussion is descriptive and an effort has been made to keep the use of mathematics to a minimum.

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