By Stamatios Kartalopoulos
This can be the 1st ebook, to the easiest of my wisdom, which bridges disjoint themes, optical networks and community safeguard. It presents a entire remedy of the following iteration optical community and a finished therapy of cryptographic algorithms, the quantum optical community, together with complicated subject matters comparable to teleponation, and the way detection and countermeasure recommendations can be utilized. consequently, we think that this ebook differentiates from many others and provides a holistic method of the remedy of safe optical networks, together with fiber to the house (FTTH) and unfastened area optical (FSO).
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