Spots of coloured light from optic fibres

Spots of coloured light from optic fibres

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Optical fibres. Spots of coloured light from the ends of glass fibres from a fibre-optic cable. Fi- bre-optic cables consist of bundles of very fine, hollow glass filaments, each of which can carry a pulse of light trapped inside by internal reflection. The cables can carry huge volumes of data at the speed of light, making them invaluable in telecommunications and computing.

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