Optical Networking

Fiber Optics
Fiber Optics

An optical fiber is a thin, flexible medium that conducts pulses of light, with each pulse representing a bit. A single optical fiber can support remarkable bit rates, up to tens or even hundreds of gigabits per second. They are resistant to electromagnetic interference, have very low

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