fiber waveguide

fiber waveguide
šviesolaidis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Optinis kabelis, sudarytas iš daug labai plonų šviesai laidžių skaidulų. Dėl to, kad skaidulos labai plonos, į jas patenkanti šviesa atspindima labai smailiu, vadinamuoju visiško atspindžio kampu, ir sklinda kabeliu praktiškai be nuostolių. Kiekviena skaidula gali būti panaudota kaip atskira ryšio linija. atitikmenys: angl. fiber waveguide; fibre waveguide; optical fiber; optical fibre

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