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Synonyms for optical fiber

a very thin fiber made of glass that functions as a waveguide for light

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To calculate the efficient band for the NDWI from 850 nm to 1300 nm, we use a randomized sampling method from the simulation data.
We see two resonant peaks around [[lambda].sub.1] = 850 nm and [[lambda].sub.2] = 1300 nm, with the second peak much larger than the first one.
By comparing with the spectra collected with the 1300 nm driving source (Figure 10(a)), one can clearly see the expected extension of harmonic cutoff in the case of the longer-wavelength driving source.
All versions have a large-scale 7.2-litre in-line six-cylinder OM 926 LA Euro 5 engine, capable of producing 240 kW (326 hp) and a maximum torque of 1300 Nm between 1200 and 1600/rpm.
Parallel, angular and axial misalignment of shafts is allowed for by the use of the double-engagement Zapex all-steel couplings, which have a torque range from 1300 Nm to 10 million Nm.
Model LSZ 150/100 pulls in edge trim with four toothed rolls machined out of solid steel that exert up to 1300 Nm of torque.
The PMMA particles crosslinked with 3 mol% EGDMA were 125 nm, 315 nm, 750 nm, and 1300 nm in diameter.
Multimode versions employ 850 nm and 1300 nm LEDs; laser 1310 nm singlemode versions are compact, operate on 24VAC or 12VDC, and are hardened to meet stringent outdoor environmental requirements.
Both the twisted pair copper and fiber side inputs and outputs include positive ECL (PECL) interfaces to support standard 1300 nm FX physical media dependent (PMD) optical modules.
Long Wave, 650 meter, 62.5 um MM fiber @ 1300 nm Long Wave, 650 meter, 50 um MM fiber @ 1300 nm Long Wave, 1.5 kilometer, 62.5 um MM fiber w/ DMC @ 1300 nm Long Wave, 8 kilometer, 8 um SM Fiber @ 1300 nm
The OEIC functionality provides for a bidirectional telephony link within the 1300 nm wavelength band (1270 to 1300 nm transmit and 1310 to 1340 nm receive), with broadband services provided within a 30 nm band around 1530 nm, for example CATV services.
In this study, light propagation in a three-dimensional, four-layered model of the human brain at wavelengths of 690 nm, 800 nm and 1300 nm are simulated based on the Monte Carlo method.