Fiber-optic communication




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    Some of the topics Covered in the app are:

    1. Historical development
    2. Optical fiber communication system
    3. Advantages of optical fiber communication
    4. Ray Model
    5. Attenuation
    6. Carrier recombination:
    7. Absorption
    8. Linear scattering losses
    9. Nonlinear scattering losses
    10. Fiber bend loss
    11. Dispersion
    12. Overall fiber dispersion
    13. Dispersion-modified single-mode fibers
    14. Polarization
    15. Nonlinear effects
    16. Soliton propagation
    17. Optical fiber splices
    18. Optical connectors
    19. Cylindrical ferrule connectors
    20. Duplex and multiple-fiber connectors
    21. Expanded beam connectors
    22. GRIN-rod lenses
    23. Fiber couplers
    24. Three- and four-port couplers
    25. Star couplers
    26. Wavelength division multiplexing couplers
    27. Optical isolators and circulators
    28. Optical spectral filters
    29. Wavelength Interference filter de-multiplexers
    30. GRIN-rod lensed band-pass de-multiplexer
    31. Interaction length
    32. Fiber Bragg grating (FBG)
    33. Arrayed waveguide grating (AWG)
    34. "Constructive interference "
    35. Optical add/drop wavelength multiplexer using FBG
    36. Optical Source
    37. Laser action- General principles
    38. The Einstein relations
    39. Population inversion
    40. Optical feedback and laser oscillation
    41. Threshold condition for laser oscillation
    42. Optical emission from semiconductors
    43. Spontaneous emission
    44. Other radiative recombination processes
    45. Stimulated emission
    46. Heterojunctions
    47. The semiconductor injection laser
    48. Stripe geometry of Injection laser
    49. Laser modes in injection laser
    50. Single-mode operation of the Injection laser
    51. Gain-guided lasers
    52. Index-guided lasers
    53. Quantum-well lasers
    54. Quantum-dot laser
    55. Single-frequency injection lasers
    56. Injection laser characteristics
    57. Injection laser to fiber coupling
    58. The Nd: YAG laser
    59. Glass fiber lasers
    60. Mid-infrared and far-infrared lasers
    61. Long external cavity lasers
    62. Fiber lasers
    63. Integrated external cavity lasers
    64. LED as Optical Source
    65. LED power and efficiency
    66. LED structures
    67. LED characteristics
    68. Optical detectors
    69. Optical detection principles
    70. P-N-Photodiodes
    71. Absorption
    72. Direct and indirect absorption: silicon and germanium
    73. The PIN photodiode
    74. Traveling-wave photodiodes
    75. Unitraveling carrier (UTC) photodiode
    76. Resonant cavity enhanced photodiode
    77. Noise in PIN Photodiode

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    Fiber-optic or Lasers and Fiberoptics is part of engineering education courses and technology degree programs of various universities.

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