Fibre Optics (FO)
A general term describing a lightwave or optical communications system. In such a system, electrical information is converted to light energy, transmitted to another location through optical fibres and is there converted back into electrical information.
The branch of optical technology concerned with the transmission of radiant power through fibres made of transparent materials such as glass, Fused Silica or plastic. Common abbreviation is FO.
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