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Glass fibres for communication show promise

Gambling, W.A. (1972) Glass fibres for communication show promise Electronics and Power, 18, (12), pp. 446-448. (doi:10.1049/ep.1972.0322).

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In communications, higher frequencies mean greater bandwidths. Optical frequencies, if they could be utilised, could provide an enormous information-carrying capacity. The major problem in using optical frequencies in communication is transmission.

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Published date: December 1972


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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:21

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Author: W.A. Gambling

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