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Infrared Fibers
Editor(s): Larry G. DeShazer; Charles Kao

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Volume Number: 0266
Date Published: 28 July 1981

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Theoretical Overview Of Losses In Infrared Fibers
Author(s): Marshall G. Sparks; L. G. DeShazer
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Crystalline Infrared Fibers
Author(s): James A. Harrington
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Prospective Vitreous Materials For Infrared Fiber Optics
Author(s): Bernard Bendow; Martin G. Drexhage
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Potential and Application Of Infrared Optical Fibers
Author(s): C. K. N. Patel
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Multimode Versus Single Mode Optical Fiber Transmission Systems for 0.8-1.6m
Author(s): David L. Baldwin
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InGaAsP Sources And Detectors For The 1.0-1.7um Wavelength Range
Author(s): Donald J. Channin; Michael Ettenberg
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Detectors For Fiber Optical Communications In The 1.0-1.6 um Region
Author(s): J. Conradi
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Performance of a High Bandwidth Multichannel Fiber-Optic Link Utilizing Wavelength Multiplexing
Author(s): James Karney
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Materials For Mid-Infrared Waveguides
Author(s): John R. Gannon
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Single Crystal Infrared Fibers
Author(s): T. J. Bridges
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Crystal Materials For Infrared Fibers
Author(s): D. J. Krus; D. R. Cope
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Infrared Transparent Glasses Derived From Hafnium Fluoride
Author(s): M. Robinson; R. C. Pastor; R. R. Turk; D. P. Devor; M. Braunstein; R. Braunstein
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High-Capacity Optical-Fiber Undersea Cable System
Author(s): Peter K. Runge
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Medical Applications Of CO[sub]2[/sub] Laser Fiber Optics
Author(s): R. C. McCord
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Sources And Detectors For Potential Super-Long Wavelength (2 µm-6 µm) Fiber Optics Applications
Author(s): J. D. Fridman
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