Definitions for "FiberOptics"
Strands of hair-thin glass through which light transmits telecommunications signals. Fiber optics are replacing the trunk cables that are used to connect telephone areas. Each pair of copper wires within a trunk cable is only capable of carrying one conversation at a time. However, one strand of fiber-optic cable can carry thousands of simultaneous conversations.
the transmission of light signals via glass fibers
the latest technology for communications. Glass fiber instead of wire is installed to carry communications between two given points.