Title

Networks - II: EM-wave consideration through polarization and magnetization effects in fiber optics

Abstract/Description

Optical fiber communication is the field of the applied science and a promising technique that permits the communication of data in the form of audio and video signal over transparent medium with high data rate over longer distances. Due to the property of fiber optics that it carries high frequency and allows high bandwidth, as the information travels through fiber optic cable in the form of light which belongs to the spectrum of EM wave. The intensity of the electromagnetic radiation decreases in the non conducting medium due to the scattering and absorption of photons. The research on the behavior of electric and magnetic components of EM waves in the non conducting medium is already done. This paper focuses on the new relationship between wave numbers and the amplitudes of electric & magnetic components in the medium with zero conductivity where σ=0. And also discusses a new relationship to calculate the effect of magnetization and polarization effect of electric and magnetic field components in EM wave. This paper carries competitive advantages for the researchers in the field of optical fiber to calculate the relationship for plane wave in fiber optics.

Location

Room C2

Session Theme

Networks - II

Session Type

Other

Session Chair

Dr. Sayeed Ghani

Start Date

24-7-2011 1:45 PM

End Date

24-7-2011 2:00 PM

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Networks - II: EM-wave consideration through polarization and magnetization effects in fiber optics

Room C2

Optical fiber communication is the field of the applied science and a promising technique that permits the communication of data in the form of audio and video signal over transparent medium with high data rate over longer distances. Due to the property of fiber optics that it carries high frequency and allows high bandwidth, as the information travels through fiber optic cable in the form of light which belongs to the spectrum of EM wave. The intensity of the electromagnetic radiation decreases in the non conducting medium due to the scattering and absorption of photons. The research on the behavior of electric and magnetic components of EM waves in the non conducting medium is already done. This paper focuses on the new relationship between wave numbers and the amplitudes of electric & magnetic components in the medium with zero conductivity where σ=0. And also discusses a new relationship to calculate the effect of magnetization and polarization effect of electric and magnetic field components in EM wave. This paper carries competitive advantages for the researchers in the field of optical fiber to calculate the relationship for plane wave in fiber optics.