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Optical Communication Systems An Introduction Textbook & Reference books Reference books Photocopying Limits published research Limits the service publishers can provide Affects the level of students’ academic performance Deprives authors from their intellectual property rights is illegal
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Communication Systems Electromagnetic Spectrum What is Optical Communications? to transport “information” from one place to the other by optical means Transmission of information is carried out not by frequency modulation of the carrier, but by varying the intensity of the optical power. Major building blocks of Optical Communications Major building blocks of optical communications: Source Channel (transmission medium) Detector + some active/passive components
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The Oldest Optical Communication Optical Communication in Ancient China Development of Optical Communications Source - Laser
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Channel Channel-2 Major Milestones in Optical Fiber Comm. Major elements of an optical fiber link
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Optical fiber cable installations Advantages of Optical Fiber
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