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travels. Optical Network Design and Implementation by Vivek Alwayn. Military Photo: Fiber optics on the battlefield. The technologies that use itcomputer networking, broadcasting, medical scanning, and military equipment (to name just four)do so quite invisibly. Even thicker fibers are used in a medical tool called a gastroscope (a type of endoscope which doctors poke down someone's throat for detecting illnesses inside their stomach.
Light zaps through them from a lamp or laser, through the part of the body the doctor wants to study. Werden Sie selber machen Facebook Fan! 1870: An Irish physicist called John Tyndall (18201893) demonstrated internal reflection at London's Royal Society. But just as electricity can power many types of machines, beams of light datingside som mate1 can carry many types of informationso they can help us in many ways. While the copper telephone line is still the primary information route into many people's homes, in the future, our main connection to the world will be a high-bandwidth fiber-optic cable carrying any and every kind of information. It's easy to picture Internet users linked together by giant webs of fiber-optic cables; it's much less obvious that the world's hi-tech military forces are connected the same way. With most high-speed broadband connections, only the last part of the information's journey (the so-called "last mile" from the fiber-connected cabinet on your street to your house or apartment) involves old-fashioned wires. Brian Davidson, courtesy. 1840s: Swiss physicist Daniel Colladon (18021893) discovered he could shine light along a water pipe. The simplest type of optical fiber is called single-mode.