High fibre data

Coppinger, Rob
February 2003
Engineer (00137758);2/7/2003, Vol. 291 Issue 7620, p13
Reports that research designed to increase the speed of optical fiber communication could result in encryption systems able to transmit large amounts of secure information and improve skin cancer research. Laser technology developed by the Ultrafast Photonics Collaboration project; Goal of increasing Internet data transmission rates; Use of ultraviolet wavelengths and very fine pulse control.


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