Optical Fiber Technology


Optical Fiber Technology

Optical Fiber Technology is a scientific journal that is published by Elsevier (formerly by Academic Press). Established in 1994, it covers various topics in fiber-optic engineering, optical communications and fiber lasers.

See also

  • List of periodicals published by Elsevier

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