As the field grew, Agrawal decided to split this text off from his Nonlinear Fiber Optics, which is more concerned with the discipline's fundamentals. This edition is intended for senior undergraduates, graduate students, engineers and technicians in the telecommunications industry, and scientists working with fiber optics and optical communications. It covers the building blocks of light-wave technology--fiber-based gratings, couplers, and interferometers--as well as amplifiers and lasers made using rare-earth-doped fibers; pulse-compression techniques; fiber-optic communication systems; and soliton-based transmission schemes.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, ORVom Verlag:
Most of the material in this volume is new. The first three chapters deal with three important fiber-optic components - fiber-based gratings, couplers, and interferometers - that serve as the building blocks of lightwave technology. In view of the enormous impact of rare-earth-doped fibers, amplifiers and lasers made by using such fibers are covered in Chapters 4 and 5. The last three chapters describe important applications of nonlinear fiber optics and are devoted to pulse-compression techniques, fiber-optic communication systems, and soliton-based transmission schemes. This volume should serve well the need of the scientific community interested in such fields as ultrafast phenomena, optical amplifiers and lasers, and optical communications. It will also be useful to graduate students as well as scientists and engineers involved in lightwave technology. It serves as a training resource for engineers involved with lightwave technology. It covers the importance of nonlinear effects in designing WDM lightwave systems. It provides up to date information for researchers.
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Buchbeschreibung Academic Press 2001., 2001. Sehr gut. 458 S. Abb. Oppbd. Sprache: Englisch Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 823. Artikel-Nr. 30899
Buchbeschreibung Academic Press, San Diego, 2001. g.e. Gr.-8° Opbd. en Naturwissenschaften - Physik - Optik (Optics and Photonics); XIV pp., 458 pp. Artikel-Nr. 837