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What is Fibre Optics?
Published  07/9/2011 | Computer Encyclopedia Page 7 | Unrated
What is Fibre Optics?
Fibre optics is the process of transmitting information in the form of modulated light waves through very thin strands of pure glass bundled together. Because the information carrier is light, the information moves at the speed of light across the fibre-optic cable. One of the main uses of fibre-optics is in the area of long distance communication, as fibre optic cables can carry enormous quantities of data.
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