By John Crisp
John Crisp's advent to Fiber Optics is easily proven as an introductory textual content for engineers, managers and scholars. It meets the desires of platforms designers, install engineers, digital engineers and an individual else who desires to achieve a operating wisdom of fiber optics with no less than maths. evaluate questions are integrated in the textual content to permit the reader to envision their figuring out as they paintings during the book.
The moment version contains new chapters on LANs, deploy options, and the overseas BICSI standards.
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Get in control on fiber optics with at the least maths
The basics for everybody concerned about fiber optic applications
The re-creation comprises insurance of the foreign BICSI criteria
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The changes are indeed very localized. We are looking at dimensions which are less than the wavelength of the 50 ch06 3/5/01 11:53 Page 51 Losses in optic fibers light. There are two causes, both problems within the manufacturing processes. The first is the inevitable slight fluctuations in the ‘mix’ of the ingredients. These random changes are impossible to completely eliminate. It is a bit like making a currant bun and hoping to stir it long enough to get all the currants equally spaced. The other cause is slight changes in the density as the silica cools and solidifies.
We can write: ᭟ ᭟ ᭟ 102 = 100, or say 10 squared is equal to 100, or even 10 to the power of 2 is 100. But how would we describe the number 2 in this situation? It is called the logarithm, or log of 100. It is the number to which 10 must be raised to equal 100. 39 ch05 3/5/01 11:52 Page 40 Introduction to Fiber Optics As 102 = 100 and the log of 100 is 2, and 103 = 1000 and the log of 1000 is 3, it follows that the log of any number between 100 and 1000 must be between 2 and 3. We cannot work them out for ourselves so we must use a calculator.
We can use powers of ten to write this in another form: 102 = 100 This is simple enough, so where is the problem? There isn’t one really — except in the wording. We can write: ᭟ ᭟ ᭟ 102 = 100, or say 10 squared is equal to 100, or even 10 to the power of 2 is 100. But how would we describe the number 2 in this situation? It is called the logarithm, or log of 100. It is the number to which 10 must be raised to equal 100. 39 ch05 3/5/01 11:52 Page 40 Introduction to Fiber Optics As 102 = 100 and the log of 100 is 2, and 103 = 1000 and the log of 1000 is 3, it follows that the log of any number between 100 and 1000 must be between 2 and 3.