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Figure 219 Light ray in single-mode fiber This simplistic view of single-mode propagation has the ray of light confined to a centered, noninterfering flight through the cable Single-mode cable is not as widely used as multimode because it is difficult and expensive to manufacture the cores so small, and because laser technology is required to generate a coherent light ray to propagate through the core
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Introduction Fiber optic communication links are considered the backbone of the global information network, with more than 15,000,000 km of fiber installed worldwide These fiber optic links traditionally have been used for connecting major metropolitan areas, such as Los Angeles to San Francisco and New York to Chicago They also have been used for undersea connections such as the transatlantic (6000 km) and transpacific (9000 km) links More recently, fiber optic links have found wide use in the access network between a major city and its suburban towns, and also within residential areas (fiber to the curb and fiber to the home) One of the fastest-growing areas for fiber optic are LANs within an enterprise or a building, where multimode fiber can be used for distances below about 2 km
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State-of-the-art fiber optic systems operate at 24 Gbps and 10 Gbps For comparison, note that one 10 Gbps link can carry 160,000 telephone calls (each requiring 64 kilobits bandwidth)! At the same time, research laboratories around the world are developing multi-Gbps components and systems that have potential for terabit per second communications links, expected by the late 1990s With more users and computers connecting via the Internet, there will be increasing demands on the bandwidth and data rates of global and metropolitan communications networks Higher-capacity long-haul networks (>10 Gbps) are needed This can be accomplished by increasing the modulation rates of the optical sources and using time division multiplexing (TDM) techniques, or by developing wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) networks capable of carrying multiple wavelengths on the same fiber, each operating at multi-Gbps data rates
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Fiber Optic Network Elements 470 Basic Telecommunications Technologies
Beyond the increase in fiber optic network data rates, the performance of the devices, components, and subsystems used in such networks is improving at a rapid rate For example, a semiconductor laser used in an optical amplifier system must have a mean time between failure (MTBF) of more than 100,000 hours (Bellcore specifications) If the amplifier is used in submarine cable (transatlantic or transpacific), the laser must be sufficiently reliable to withstand extreme operating conditions such as temperature, humidity, and pressure In addition to developing high-performance components, the trend continues toward lowering the effective cost of information per bit and per mile As a result, designers of lightwave devices, components, and subsystems are faced with a challenge They need to maximize the performance of each system building block, minimize the adverse interactions between these blocks and at the same time design for manufacturability and cost-effectiveness Lightwave instrumentation is important in helping the designers of optical sources (lightwave signal analyzers), optical components (lightwave component analyzers), and systems and links (optical time domain reflectometers) Further, other instruments such as tunable laser sources, power meters, and communication analyzers are useful tools to test and characterize lasers, photodetectors, amplifiers, and optical signals The small size, large bandwidth, and very low attenuation of optical fibers make them attractive as alternatives to conventional copper cables in telecommunications applications such as telephone and CATV systems, and in data communications applications such as computer interconnection
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