fiber optics

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Synonyms for fiber optics

the transmission of light signals via glass fibers

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(NASDAQ:CLFD), the specialist in fiber management for communications service providers, has successfully added Fiber Optic Association-approved Certified Fiber Optic Technician training at the company's Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, Clearfield College campus, and at remote locations around the country, the company said.
Founded in 1978 and headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, Gould Fiber Optics is a supplier of key enabling components into tier one US aerospace and defence customers.
The project, which was seven years in the making, allows the government to tap the unused fiber optic network for its National Broadband Plan (NBP) - the blueprint for building the 'infostructure' for a digital nation and aimed at accelerating the deployment of fiber optic cables and wireless technologies as well as improve the overall internet speed and affordability in the country, especially in remote areas.
According to ElectroniCast, the worldwide fiber optic connector/mechanical splice consumption value reached $3.94 billion last year (2017).
BEIRUT: Telecom Minister Boutros Harb inaugurated Thursday two fiber optics stations in Rabieh and Serhal hospital and promised to spread this new service to Beirut and other regions soon.
That was eight years ago, before I needed reading glasses, and my eyes appreciate fiber optics even more now.
The government is formally launching its fiber optic network linking up 160 public offices this week at the National Science and Technology of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) on July 25, 2014 at the SMX Convention Center.
Currently I see many USPSA competitors using fiber optic front sights, at all levels from D-class to Grand Master.
Another new product are the models in the Venus small distributor range for use as the above-ground connection point for fiber optics and as a house connection point and closure for fiber optics in buildings.
Recently, a local Delaware County, OH, official stated that the key to continuing economic growth for the county could lie in fiber optic wire, which can deliver information faster over the Internet than broadband services.
The world-renowned inventor/chemist, who holds seven patents in fiber optics technology, has connected the world using tiny glass fibers--which have been instrumental in helping to change industries from computers to aerospace.
For Signal Soldiers, the battlefield includes communication technologies like fiber optics. Joe Reese has worked with fiber optics and other signal equipment for more than 31 years.
Lennie Lightwave's Guide to Fiber Optics is an online tutorial that includes basic information on fiber optics and virtual hands-on termination training.
Maintaining network performance and efficiency as well as reducing costs can be a major challenge because it requires sharing information that is not necessarily kept in a shared resource," said Enzo di Luigi, general manager for Acterna's Fiber Optics and Systems.
Extrusion and coextrusion machinery for wire and cable, fiber optics, profiles, industrial/medical tubing, and compounding/ pelletizing.
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