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Nonlinear Effects in Optical Fibers (Wiley-OSA Series on Optical…

by Mario F. Ferreira

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470464666, Hardcover)

This book will provide insight into the principles and applications of nonlinear effects in fibers for students, researchers, and developers who have a basic understanding of electromagnetic theory under their belts.  It will explore the physics, limitations, applications, and research results surrounding nonlinear effects in fiber optics. In addition to communications, optical fibers are already used in medical procedures, automobiles, and aircraft and are expected to have many other applications.  This will expand the range of industry workers who will find a book of this type useful.

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