Wavelength Division Multiplexing: A Practical Engineering Guide
Klaus Grobe and Michael Eiselt
Wiley, 2013; $125.00 (hardcover).
Wavelength division Multiplexing (WDM) is an efficient means of increasing transport capacity. This book treats WDM from a practical, application-oriented point of view, in a clear and succinct manner. It starts with optical fiber effects and gradually advances to components of optical fiber, non-fiber related effects, modulation formats for WDM, transport systems, and fiber and their interrelation in state-of-the-art WDM systems and networks.
This book would be an excellent reference for advanced undergraduate students and graduate researchers, as well as professional engineers.
Review by Ishtiaque Ahmed, Manager, Robi Axiata Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
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