Best Reference Books – Advance Fiber Physics

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Fiber Physics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Fiber Physics along with reviews.

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1. “Free-Space Laser Communications: Principles and Advances (Optical and Fiber Communications Reports)” by Arun K Majumdar and Jennifer C Ricklin

“Free-Space Laser Communications: Principles and Advances (Optical and Fiber Communications Reports)” Book Review: This book is very helpful for research scientists, engineers and students under the field of free-space laser communications. It contains information about the advanced knowledge of the technologies available today. It also talks about the fundamental principles and advances of free-space laser communications in great detail. It contains comprehensive and tutorial based chapters. It includes chapters like system design and performance, high performance photon-efficient systems, and optical networks. It also has chapters about coding techniques and long wavelength related optical communications.

2. “Fiber Optics: Advances in Research and Development” by Shashanka S Mitra and Bernard Bendow

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“Fiber Optics: Advances in Research and Development” Book Review: This book is really useful for advanced studies and research under fiber optics. It speaks about the basic research on fiber optics and other related subjects. It contains information on over 12 lectures about fundamental theory and operational systems. It includes the papers presented at the conferences and also the lectures from the courses taught. It contains information on subjects like bistable optical switches, fiber acoustic sensors, infrared fibers, propagation of fibers, etc.

3. “New Developments in Dietary Fiber: Physiological, Physicochemical, and Analytical Aspects (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” by Ivan Furda and Charles J Brine

“New Developments in Dietary Fiber: Physiological, Physicochemical, and Analytical Aspects (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)” Book Review: This book is very helpful for medical community, nutritionists, chemists and physicists. It contains information about the physiological effects of dietary fiber. It also talks about analytical properties of the individual dietary fibers. It contains a lot of research on the physiological effects, physicochemical attributes, and in the existing and proposed analytical methods. It also includes a large volume of animal and human physiological and nutritional data.

4. “Optical Fibers: Technology, Communications and Recent Advances (Physics Research Technology Se)” by Mário F S Ferreira

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“Optical Fibers: Technology, Communications and Recent Advances (Physics Research Technology Se)” Book Review: This book is really useful for people interested in researching the advancements in optical fibres. It speaks about topics concerning the design, fabrication, and application of optical fibers, in the areas of communication systems, sensing, and photonic devices development. It contains information on problems that can affect the performance of advanced optical fiber communication systems like PMD, PMD induced pulse broadening and other techniques like soliton transmission systems. It includes the fundamentals of twisted clad guides, a detailed review of the most recent developments in the field of nano-structured glass-based optical fibers fabrication. It contains chapters on several FMF-based nonlinear processes, fiber-based devices, cavity ring-down technique, etc.

5. “Optical Fibers: Materials and Fabrication (Advances in Opto-Electronics)” by Tatsuo Izawa and Shoichi Sudo

“Optical Fibers: Materials and Fabrication (Advances in Opto-Electronics)” Book Review: This book is very helpful for engineers and students alike. It contains information about the fundamentals of optical fibres. It also talks about the old and new technology related to optical fibers. It contains a lot of information on the opto-electronic sectors of how to fabricate optical fibers. It also includes many chapters regarding the materials and fabrication, including the recent advancements in opto electronics.

6. “Fiber Optic Data Communication: Technology Advances and Futures” by Casimer DeCusatis

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“Fiber Optic Data Communication: Technology Advances and Futures” Book Review: This book is really useful for specialists, engineers, scientists and students within this field. It speaks about the emerging technologies and applications and the latest revisions to other industry standards. It includes tables of distances, data rates, interfaces, and other key parameters for all major datacom protocols. It contains a glossary of definitions and industry related jargon in easy terms to understand.

7. “Fiber Crystal Growth from the Melt (Advances in Materials Research)” by Tsuguo Fukuda and Peter Rudolph

“Fiber Crystal Growth from the Melt (Advances in Materials Research)” Book Review: This book is very helpful for experts and students in the fields of materials science, crystal growth, physics, chemistry, crystallography. It contains information about the growth, modeling, characterization and application of single crystal fibers. It also talks about their application as reinforcing agents in structural components. It also includes information fiber crystals are particularly well suited for wave guiding, tunable narrow-band filters and nonlinear optics.

8. “Advances in Optical Science and Engineering” by Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan and Indrani Bhattacharya

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“Advances in Optical Science and Engineering” Book Review: This book is really useful for anybody who is interested in optical science and engineering. It speaks about the proceedings of the first international conference on opto-electronics and applied optics in 2014. It contains information on the keynote speeches as well as the various talks given by eminent scientists from all over the world. It includes topic-wise papers on various topics such as diffraction tomography, solar energy, nano photonics, image processing, etc. It also contains information on optical communications and networks, opto-electronic devices and information processing.

9. “Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics” by Susanne F Yelin

“Advances in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics” Book Review: This book is very helpful for scientists and students learning about the new advancements in atomic, molecular and optical physics. It contains information about various scientists and their articles on the different kinds of physical mechanisms and techniques they work with. It also talks about attosecond and angstrom science, attosecond radiation pulses, earth ions in crystals, etc. It contains various articles on all the new experimental methods based on high resolution torsional, vibrational, and molecular beam spectroscopy methods. It also includes articles by international experts, and comprehensive new developments.

10. “Fiber Optics and Optoelectronics” by R P Khare

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“Fiber Optics and Optoelectronics” Book Review: This book would be very useful to undergraduate students pursuing instrumentation, electronics, and communication engineering and for postgraduate students of physics. It speaks about the fundamental principles for analog and digital fiber-optic communications. It contains information on optoelectronic sources, detectors, modulators, and optical amplifiers. It includes a lot of information on fiber optic sensors and laser based systems and their applications.

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