Thursday, 13 June 2013

Fiber optics invention

Robert Maurer, Donald Keck, and Peter Schultz

Fiber optics currently type the backbone of the many communications systems, each internationally and at intervals cities. Robert Maurer, Donald Keck, and Peter Schultz created fiber optic cables, that are currently capable of carrying fifty thousand times a lot of data that normal wire is not possible. In 1970 they designed the primary fiber optic cable that was adequate for wide use. The previous limiting issue was the loss of sunshine throughout transmission. This discovery was recognized as a breakthrough in high speed communications.

fiber optics which carrying data more than 50000 time.

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