Imaging spectrometers can use a fibre bundle
to transfer the spectral image to a detector or detector array.
Emtelle's recently launched its 24 fibre bundle
solution at Broadband World Forum, presenting significant cost savings and operational benefits for telecom operators.
The fibre bundle
travels a much shorter distance and is subject to less tension than would be the case with conventional knitting technology.
Jet manifolds [J.sup.k]Y of a fibre bundle
Y [right arrow] X constitute the inverse sequence (B.7) whose inverse limit is an infinite order jet manifold [J.sup.[infinity]]Y (Definition B.1).
Some endoscopes use a high number of separate fibres bound together into a fibre bundle
. Each fibre then acts like a discrete pixel to form the final pixelated image.
When an image was focused on one end of the fibre bundle
, the light transmitted by the fibres created a pixilated image that could be viewed by the doctor.
For any particular grating the spectral resolution depends on the fibre bundle
as a consequence of the different fibre sizes.
This arrangement of cells makes the crosssection of fibre bundle
more polygonal than circular, also shown in Figure 9(b).
For research into the destruction of composite materials, we use the conception in which the material is presented as a fibre bundle
model (FBM) (Coleman 1958; Moreno et al.
The corpus callosum, the largest fibre bundle
connecting the left and right side of our brain, plays a major role in this process.
"In addition to this, the service has been implemented as a single fibre bundle
and provides little or no resilience to failure.
The submerged modules contain bundles of hollow fiber membranes into which compressed air is then introduced in the centre of the fibre bundle