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You can see this bending when you hold a stick partly submerged in water. The stick appears to bend at the water’s surface because the light reflected from the submerged part of the stick diffracts as it leaves the water. 6). 6. Snell’s law of refraction. When light encounters a discontinuity in the index of refraction, it bends. The light bends toward the normal when transmitting into a higher index. When transmitting into a lower index, it bends away from the normal. 1] describes the transmission angle as a function of the incident angle and the index of refraction of the two materials.

Toward that goal, tremendous improvements have been made in the attenuation characteristics of optical fibers since their earliest inception. As recently as 1960, the best optical glass had an attenuation of about 1000 dB/km. 4) and Charles Hockham, working with Standard Telecommunications Laboratories in Harlow, England, wrote a paper titled “Dielectric-fiber surface waveguides for optical frequencies,” which was published as part of the IEEE proceedings in 1966. 4. Dr. Charles Kao, whose 1966 paper set the requirements for fiber-optic communications.

The core index is greater than the cladding index. When the input angle (θi) is large, the transmitted light is both reflected and transmitted when it strikes the top surface of the slab (see top figure). As the input angle is reduced, the transmitted ray bends toward the surface of the slab. If the input angle is reduced enough, the transmitted ray is parallel to the surface of the slab. For input angles less than this critical angle, the light is totally reflected at the boundary between the cladding and the core (see bottom of figure).

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