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Fiber Optic Data Communications for the Premises Environment

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Fiber Optic Data Communications for the Premises Environment
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Publisher: Telebyte, Inc.
Number of pages: 97

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The subject of interest in this book is premises data communications using fiber optic cable as the transmission medium. This is at once a very specific yet very extensive topic. It is an important topic both within the context of data communications today and into the future. All, or almost all, aspects of this subject will be explored.

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