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Optical Engineering

Glass/Plastic Fiber Transmission Characteristics
Author(s): Donald A. Pontarelli; O. Harry Olson; Anatoli Brushenko; Arthur C. Menadier
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Paper Abstract

This paper will give the transmission behavior of various length light guides made of synthetic fibers. Comparison will be made between different lengths and fiber sizes, with bundle diameters held constant. An attempt has been made to firmly locate absorption bands suspected to exist within these fibers at approximately .9 microns. The nature of material studies either in process or anticipated will also be covered, the objectives of which will be to improve the color, brightness and wavelength efficiency of polymer fibers.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 May 1968
PDF: 4 pages
Opt. Eng. 6(4) 604128 doi: 10.1117/12.7971388
Published in: Optical Engineering Volume 6, Issue 4
Show Author Affiliations
Donald A. Pontarelli, Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute (United States)
O. Harry Olson, Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute (United States)
Anatoli Brushenko, Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute (United States)
Arthur C. Menadier, Poly-optics; Inc. (United States)


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