Coherent Bundles — Manufacture and Properties
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In the following two chapters, the properties and applications will be described of optical fibre bundles that employ the principles outlined in the previous chapter.
KeywordsFibre Diameter Single Fibre Drawing Process Fibre Size Individual Fibre
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