A growing trend in the fiber optic industry is the increasing use of specialty fibers. Clearly, telecommunications and data communications applications are the high-volume users of fiber optics, yet other areas are burgeoning. In fact, many specialty fiber optic products have moved out of the experimental stage and into commercial markets.
Today, some specialty fiber optic products are embedded in concrete to sense stress in bridges and buildings, some are used purely for optical power transmission, and others offer a unique emitter or detector for highly specific applications………..
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