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Daily Archives: 24-April-2014
A physicist in my group and I were having a discussion about how the wavelengths (i.e. colors) for lasers are specified by an international standard and I thought this discussion would provide a nice example of a differential approximation. The widespread deployment of fiber optic cable (see Figure 1, Wikipedia) is a game changer for networking and may be our most important new infrastructure — remember that high-speed wireless depends on cell towers interconnected with fiber optic cables. Continue reading