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optical transmission

The amount of light that passes through a laboratory specimen. It can be used to measure the concentration of components in the specimen (e.g., the amount of solute contained in a solution).
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So we have integrated FBG and EDFA in WDM optical transmission system [12] as shown in Figure 10.
The variations of optical transmission extinction value in a magnetic field have been described using the relative optical transmission coefficient T = [I.sub.1]/[I.sub.2], where [I.sub.2] ([I.sub.1]) is an optical radiation intensity that passed the FF sample before (after) turning on the magnetic field pulse.
The simulations are performed in Matlab Simulink 2014 and consist from implementation of modulation formats to model of optical transmission path [12-15].
Pulses chirping increase the pulse broadening effects due to the chromatic dispersion (CD).This effect is proportional to the input launched power that makes SPM effect more prominent in an optical transmission systems using large input launched power.
Dispersion compensation module containing DCF typically has a high fiber attenuation and accordingly insertion loss resulting from the insertion of a device in fiber optical transmission line will be high.
* Optical transmission for resistance to light interference (OLP40).
Furthermore, with a depth of 2 mm, the wellplate provides superior optical transmission for clear observation of each well.
Swedish telecomms solutions provider Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) said on Tuesday (5 February) that it has won a two-phase turnkey contract to implement microwave and optical transmission solutions for Singapore's mobile communications provider M1.
A 360[degrees] infrared optical transmission system with a range of up to 6m allows probe operation in any spindle orientation.
The technology-driven architecture session describes 3D die stacking, control protocols in the TRIPS processor, and an optical transmission system for bus-based CMPs.
The OMP60 machine tool probe incorporates a 360[degrees] infrared optical transmission system with six-meter range for use on multi-axis machining centers and mill-turn machines.
They are available in versions that support most of the company's 9-bit and 10-bit digital video and data optical transmission cards.
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