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Fibre optic

  1. 1. C B KORE POLYTECHNIC CHIKODITopic :OPTIC FIBRE COMMUNICATIONS BY: VANDANA DESAI V sem EC SHARVANI MUSANDI V sem EC
  2. 2. Brief Flow of the Presentation.1. Introduction2. What are Optical Fibers?3. Construction of optical fiber4. Working principle5. Fiber optic configuration6. Working of optical fiber7. Fiber optics in uses8. Advantages of Optical fiber9. Future of fiber optics
  3. 3. Optical fiber INTRODUCTION Fiber optics (optical fibers) are long, thin strands of very pure glass about the diameter of a human hair. They are arranged in bundles called optical cables and used to transmit light signals over long distances. CAUSES FOR THE CREATION OF THE OPTICAL FIBER----- Man’s HUNGER Lastly optical fiber’s were invented to satisfy the Man’s hunger for communication
  4. 4. What are optical fibers? Fiber optics = Fiber + optics in essence = Light is guided in optical fiber. Fiber = Extremely pure glass(silica) or plastic Speed= current record 15.5tbps Total internal reflection
  5. 5. Construction of optical fiber Core-thin glass center of fiber where light travels. Cladding-outer optical material surrounding the core. Buffer coating-plastic coating that protects the fiber.
  6. 6. TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION When light travelling in an optically densemedium hits a boundary at an angle largerthan the "critical angle" for the media, thelight will be completely reflected. This is calledtotal internal reflection. Fiber optic cables use total internalreflection inside the optical fiber.
  7. 7. TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION
  8. 8. FIBRE OPTIC CONFIGURATION SINGLE MODE OPTICAL FIBER transmit one signal per fiber (used intelephone and cable TV). They have small cores(9 microns indiameter) and transmit infra-red light fromlaser. Single-mode fiber’s smaller core (<10micrometers) necessitates more expensivecomponents and interconnection methods Allows much longer, higher-performancelinks.
  9. 9. MULTI MODE OPTICAL FIBRE This type of optical fiber are used to transmitmany signals per fiber (used in computernetworks). They have larger cores(62.5 microns indiameter) and transmit infra-red light fromLED. Multi-mode fiber introduces multi-modedistortion which often limits the bandwidthsand length of the link. Furthermore, because of its higher dopantcontent, multimode fiber is some what moreexpensive.
  10. 10. Step Index fibre The refractive index of core is constant The refractive index of cladding is constant The refractive index of cladding is slightly lower than that of core
  11. 11. Graded index fibre Refractive index of core decreases smoothly from the centre to the outer edge Refractive index of cladding is constant
  12. 12. Working of optical fiber Light Transmission
  13. 13. Fiber Optics in uses Communication Systems Cable Television Imaging Additional Uses
  14. 14. Communication Systems  Networking and telecommunication are two areas where fiber-optic cables are ideal signal conductors.  well-matched for both long-distance and short-distance communication  Individual glass fibers can transmit independent light pulses on multiple wavelengths, which allows each strand to carry simultaneous streams of data on various channels.
  15. 15. Cable Television Usage of fiber-optic cables in the cable- television industry began.. Advantages of using fiber optic in cable television Fiber-optic cable allows cable providers to offer more customized service
  16. 16. Imaging In a medical setting it is used in endoscope In other environments, where the device is also called a bore scope or fiberscope
  17. 17. Additional Uses Computer and Internet technology has improved due to optical fibers enhanced transmission of digital signals. fiber-optic signals stay strong longer, requiring less power over time to transmit signals than copper-wire systems.
  18. 18. ADVANTAGES Much higher bandwidth Thousands of channels can be multiplexed together over one strand of fiber Immunity to noise Safety Security Attenuation Reliability Size
  19. 19. Advantages of optical fiber The optical fiber hasfollowing advantages overtwisted -pair and coaxialcable.• Resistance to noise• Huge bandwidth• Higher signal carryingcapacity
  20. 20. The Future of Fiber Optic As with all technology current fiber optics does have a theoretical limit. The idea that transferring data through light was at one time thought to be limitless, however laboratory tests are showing that we are quickly reaching the ceiling that fiber optics offer us. Small improvements are on the horizon modifying the way signals are encoded, which would carry us a few extra years. The next big breakthrough is still deep in development though, and little is known what the future holds.
  21. 21. • Conclusion: This is the greatest discovery that man have done in the field of communication. Modern communication will not be possible without the invention of fiber optics. These smallcables touch every facet of our lives, mostly without us even noticing.REFERENCE:Wikipedia – Internet.Freud enrich Craig. How Fiber Optics Work. n.d. Date Retrieved 30 Nov. 2010. http://communication.howstuffworks.com/fiber-optic- communications/fiber-optic2.htmMaddox Nathanial. What Is Fiber Optic Cable Used for? n.d. DateRetrieved 14 Nov. 2010 http://www.ehow.com/about_4895491_what-fiber-optic-cable-used.htmlMurphy D. 40Gbps internet connection installed in Swedes home. 13 July2007. Date Retrieved 25 Nov. 2010.http://www.engadget.com/2007/07/13/40gbps-internet-connection-installed-in-swedes-home/TELUS Network Technology. n.d. Date Retrieved 25 Nov. 2010.http://about.telus.com/networktechnology/index.html THANK YOU

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