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How Fiber Optic Cables Work
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How Fiber Optic Cables Work
Bill, the Engineer Guy, uses a bucket of propylene glycol to demonstrate how fiber optic cables work and how they transmit signals over vast distances (even across oceans).


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Posted by nova on June 21, 2011
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