Subject: At what speed does information propagates in fiber optics?
Date: Tue May 17 14:05:37 2005
Posted by Pepe Wawson
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Capital Federal State/Province: Buenos Aires
Area of science: Engineering
I've seen many places recalling the speed of light within fiber optics, and
usually reefer to the index of refraction of SiO2 (what the fiber is made of).
However, Im not sure wether this speed is the information speed (or group
velocity) or the phase speed.
Re: At what speed does information propagates in fiber optics?
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