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    Fiber Optic Transmitters

    A fiber optic transmitter is a device that converts an electrical analog or digital signal into a corresponding optical signal. It is one of the components of fiber optics technology that uses long flexible glass-like fibers (optical fibers) for transmitting light signals over long distances. The other two components of the fiber optic transmission system are the fiber optic cable and the optical receiver. Some systems also possess the optical regenerator, which may be essential to boost the degraded light signal (for long distances). The fiber optic transmitter includes a light emitting diode (LED), or a solid state laser diode, and signal conditioning electronics. Usually, the transmitter processes the signals…