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Fibre optics definition

What does Fibre optics mean?

A method for the transmission of information (sound, video, data) in which light is modulated and transmitted over high purity, hair-thin filaments of glass. The bandwidth capacity of fibre optic cable is much greater than that of copper wire.


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