fiber

listen to the pronunciation of fiber
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} lif

Çok fazla lif yeme sizin için zararlı mı? - Is eating too much fiber bad for you?

Kaslar yüzlerce ince liften yapılmıştır. - Muscles are made of hundreds of thin fibers.

tali damar
teltik
(Tıp) iğcik
fiber
iplik

İplik farklı liflerden eğrilir. - Yarn is spun from different fibers.

karakter
telcik
{i} elyaf

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

özellik/elyaf/lif
{i} kişilik
{i} tel
{i} yapı

Bu kışlık çoraplar alpaka liften yapılır. - These warm socks are made from alpaca fiber.

Sadece pamuk ve keten gibi doğal liflerden yapılmış kumaşları ütülerken en yüksek ısı ayarlarını kullanın. - Use the highest heat settings only when you're ironing fabrics made of natural fibers like cotton or linen.

doku
(İnşaat) kıl

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

posalı
fiber analysis
(Teknik,Tekstil) lif analizi
fiber analysis
(Teknik,Tekstil) lif çözümlemesi
fiber glass
(Otomotiv) fiberglas
fiber loss
(Bilgisayar) lif üzerindeki yitim
fiber optic waveguide
(Bilgisayar) optik lif dalga kılavuzu
fiber to the curb
(Bilgisayar,İnşaat) sokağa kadar optik lif
fiber bunch
lif demeti
fiber structure
lif yapısı
fiber ball
(Tekstil) Boncuk elyaf
fiber bundle
lif demeti
fiber cement
elyaf çimento
fiber channel
fiber-optik kanal
fiber channel standard
fiber kanal standart
fiber duvet
Elyaf yorgan
fiber glass
cam elyaf
fiber affinity
(Tekstil) lif afinitesi, life karşı ilgi
fiber bindle
(Tekstil) lif demeti
fiber blend
(Tekstil) lif karışımı
fiber coloseope
(Tıp) kolofibroskop
fiber composition
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) elyaf bileşimi
fiber cotton
lif pamuğu
fiber deterioration
(Tekstil) lif bozuşması
fiber end
(Tekstil) lif ucu
fiber length
(Tekstil) lif uzunluğu
fiber loss
lif yitimi
fiber optic
Fiber Optik
fiber optic cladding
fiber optik kılıfı
fiber optic field wire
(Askeri) fiber optik sahra kablosu
fiber optic interface unit
(Askeri) fiber optik ara yüzey ünitesi
fiber optic link; forward operating location
(Askeri) fiber optik bağlantı; ileri çalışma konumu
fiber optic; flash override; forward observer
(Askeri) fiber optik; flash override; ileri gözetleyici
fiber otoscopy
(Tıp) kolofibroskopi
fiber protecting agent
(Tekstil) lif koruyucu madde
fiber reinforced concrete
(İnşaat) fiber donatılı beton
fiber reinforced material
(İnşaat) lif donatılı gereç
fiber reinforced mortar
(İnşaat) elyaf donatılı harç
fiber reinforcement
(İnşaat) cam elyafı donatı
fiber root
(Tekstil) lif kökü
fiber rope
(Askeri) lif halat
fiber rope
(İnşaat) bitki lifi ip
fiber saturation value
(Tekstil) lif doyma sayısı
fiber shotcrete
(İnşaat) elyaflı püskürtme beton
fiber sling
polyester sapan
fiber structure
(Mekanik,Teknik) lif yapı
fiber thickness
(Tekstil) lif kalınlığı
fiber to the curb
(FTTC) sokaga kadar optik lif
fiber to the home
(FTTH) eve kadar optik lif
fiber wadding
(Tekstil) elyaf vatka
fiber washer
fiber conta
fiber washer
fiber pul
fiber wrapping
fiber kaplama
fiber, fibre
(Tıp) İplik şeklinde ince uzun oluşum, lif (sinir veya kas lifi)
fine fiber
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) toz elyaf
fibre
{i} lif

Pazı, vitaminler, mineraller, protein ve diyet lifi açısından zengindir. - Swiss chard is rich in vitamins, minerals, protein, and dietary fibre.

Meyve ve sebzeler vitamin, mineral ve lif için iyi bir kaynaktır. - Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins, minerals and fibre.

crude fiber
(Gıda) ham lif
fiber optics
fiber optik
fibre
sinir
fibre
telcik
fibres
lif malzemesi
fibres
(Tekstil) lifler
fibres
besleme malzemesi
glass fiber
cam lifi
glass fiber
cam elyafı
glass fiber
fiberglas
natural fiber
doğal lif
steel fiber
(Madencilik) çelik lif
acrylic fiber
akrilik elyaf
artificial fiber
sentetik lif
carbon fiber
karbon lifi
casein fiber
kazein lifi
crude fiber
ham elyaf
fibre
karakter sağlamlığı
glass fiber
camyünü
man made fiber
insan yapısı lif
muscle fiber
kas lifi
nerve fiber
sinir lifi
synthetic fiber
sentetik lif
vulcanized fiber
sertleştirilmiş madde
vulcanized fiber
vulkanize lif
carbon fiber
Karbon lifi, karbon fiber
ceramic fiber
seramik fiber
high-fiber
çok lifli
hybrid fiber coaxial
melez fiber koaksiyel
hybrid fiber-coax
fiber koaksiyel melez
ribbon fiber
şerit fiber
spindle fiber
İğ iplikçiği: Hücre bölünmesi sırasında oluşan sitoplazmik fibriller. Anafazda kromatitlerin ayrılmalarında ve kutuplara çekilmesinde rol alırlar
vulcanized fiber
sertlestirilmiş madde
wood fiber
ağaç lifi
abaca fiber
(Tekstil) manila elyafı
acetate fiber
(Tekstil) asetat elyafı
acrylic fiber
akrilik elyaf,akrilik fiber
alpaca fiber
(Tekstil) alpaka elyafı Açıklama: Güney Amerika'da yetişen deve türü hayvan olan alpakadan elde edilen liflerdir
ambari fiber
(Tekstil) ambari elyafı
ambary fiber
(Tekstil) ambari elyafı
animal fiber
(Tekstil) hayvansal elyaf
artificial fiber
(Tekstil) yapay lif, sentetik lif
asbestos fiber
(Tekstil) amyant elyaf, asbest elyafı
bast fiber
(Tekstil) sak lifi
boron carbide fiber
(Tekstil) bor karbür lifi
cupro fiber
(Tekstil) bakır ipeği lifi
fibered
(Tıp) Lifli
fibers
elyaf

Fiber-optik kablolar insan kılları kadar ince minik cam elyafından oluşur. - Fiber-optic cables are made up of tiny glass fibers which are as thin as human hairs.

fibre
(Diş Hekimliği) dokulardaki ipliksi bağ dokusu
fibre
yapı

Bu çoraplar bambu lifinden yapılır. - These socks are made from bamboo fibre.

fibre
{i} tel
fibre
{i} fiber

Fiber-optik kablolar büyük miktarda bilgi taşıyabilirler. - Fibre-optic cables can carry huge amounts of information.

Hirofumi tavanda fiberglas yalıtım döşedi. - Hirofumi installed fibreglass insulation in the ceiling.

fibre
{i} kişilik
fibre
{i} elyaf
fibre
{i} karakter
fibre
i., İng., bak. fiber
fibre
{i} iplik
fibres
elyaf
fibres
(Tekstil) 1. lif malzemesi 2. besleme malzemesi
inorganic fiber
(Tekstil) anorganik elyaf
mineral fiber tile
(Madencilik) mineral elyaflı levha
moral fiber
ahlâk yapısı
multimode fiber
cok-kipli lif
muscular fiber
kas teli
nerve fiber
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) sinir teli
nylon fiber
(Tekstil) naylon lif
optical fiber
Fiber Optik
optical fiber
optik elyaf
optical fiber lightguide
optik lif dalga kilavuzu
peanut protein fiber
(Tekstil) yerfıstığı proteini lifi
pine fiber
(Tekstil) ananas elyafı
processed asbestos fiber
işlenmiş lif asbest
single mode fiber
tek kipli lif
stalk fiber
(Tekstil) sak lifi
textile fiber
(Tekstil) tekstil lifi
vegetable fiber
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) bitkisellif
vulcanized fiber
(fiil)lkanize lif
wood fiber
ağaç ipçiği
wood fiber
(Marangozluk) odun lifi
wool fiber
(Tekstil) yün lifi
yucca fiber
(Tekstil) yukka lifi
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
Dietary fiber

Fresh vegetables are a good source of fiber.

Moral strength and resolve

The ordeal was a test of everyone's fiber.

The preimage of a given point in the range of a map

Under this map, any two values in the fiber of a given point on the circle differ by 2π.

A material in the form of fibers

The cloth is made from strange, somewhat rough fiber.

A material whose length is at least 1000 times its width

Please use polyester fiber for this shirt.

A single elongated piece of a given material, roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibers to form thread

The microscope showed a single blue fiber stuck to the sole of the shoe.

{n} a small thread, a very small root
a slender and greatly elongated solid substance
A mixture of indigestible carbohydrates found in plant foods, does not supply calories or nutrients but aids in digestion and elimination Tomatoes are a source of fiber; people who eat diets high in fiber have a lowered risk of heart disease Fiber may also protect against some cancers
Fiber-optic cable is made of glass fibers instead of copper strands Data, expressed as pulses of lighter rather than electrons, is transmitted by lasers or other devices Optical fiber can carry billions of bits a second, many times more than coaxial or copper wire, and is less sensitive to electrical interference
A unit of matter characterised by having a length at least 100 times its diameter or width The fundamental component used in making textile yarns and fabrics
This is found in foods that come from plants Fiber helps your body digest food and control blood sugar Types of fiber are beans, fruits, and oat products, whole-grain products and vegetables
(OptaTM, Oat Fiber, Snowite, UltracelTM, Z-Trim) Fiber can provide structural integrity, volume, moisture holding capacity, adhesiveness and shelf stability in reduced-fat products Applications include baked goods, meats, spreads and extruded products
Refers to the fiber optic cable used to carry high volumes of data in the form of light pulses Fiber optic cable forms the backbone of networks such as the one Conxion uses to connect datacenters around the world
optical fiber: a very long, narrow, flexible piece of glass Used for high-speed communications
A single, separate optical transmission element characterized by core and cladding
the inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; "education has for its object the formation of character"- Herbert Spencer
Fiber - also known as fiber optic - is made up of threads of pure glass Lasers attached to the end of each cable transmit digital patterns of light pulses at extremely high speed
Small pieces of thread-like material that are woven together to give structure and strength to paper products Fiber used in papermaking comes primarily from wood and recovered paper; cotton is also used to make certain products
Any fine, slender thread, or threadlike substance; as, a fiber of spun glass; especially, one of the slender rootlets of a plant
One of the delicate, threadlike portions of which the tissues of plants and animals are in part constituted; as, the fiber of flax or of muscle
The basic entity, either natural or manufactured, which is twisted into yarns, and then used in the production of a fabric
Optical fiber is made of flexible glass and can support very high data transfer rates An individual glass fiber, roughly the thickness of a human hair, is capable of carrying a distinct signal transmitted in the form of pulses of light A single strand of fiber is capable of transmitting over a million simultaneous telephone calls, or nearly 80 gigabits of digital information per second (80,000,000,000 pulses of light per second), using commercially available telecommunications equipment
What it's good for: Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels, helps move waste through the intestines Diets rich in plant fiber are related to a reduction of heart disease, colon cancer and diabetes Where you get it: Fruits, vegetables and whole-grains Tidbit: If you're upping your fiber intake, do it slowly to avoid stomach upset Also, drink lots of water DRI or RDA: None
A lightweight thread, introduced in Windows NT 4 0, that makes it easier for developers to optimize scheduling within multithreaded applications See thread
used in textile manufactures
a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth
Network cabling that uses optical fibers (plastic or glass) to carry information as light instead of as electricity Fiber-optic cable carries information farther, faster, and more reliably than other types of cable Fiber-optic cable is much less likely than coaxial or twisted-pair cable to pick up damaging electrical surges, for example from nearby lightning strikes, because the fibers conduct light but not electricity The Ohio University WAN uses fiber for most of the connections between buildings
A single, separate optical transmission element characterized by a core and cladding, with an outside diameter of 125 microns
Elongated and thickened cell found in xylem tissue It strengthens and supports the surrounding cells
General term for a filamentary material The single unit of substance that is broken into parts fit to form threads to be woven; a filament Any material whose length is at least 100 times its diameter, typically 0 10 to 0 13 mm
Sinew; strength; toughness; as, a man of real fiber
A material whose length is 1000 times its width or more
Made of very pure glass, it is used in fiber optic communications It carries a digital signal made of modulated light It can carry much more much faster that the traditional copper lines
An optical transmission medium consisting of thin plastic or glass strands (approximately the thickness of a human hair) which reflects light pulses along the inside To light a fiber – activation of a fiber
A shortened term for "fiber optic," fiber is made of very pure glass Digital signals, in form of modulated light, travel on strands of fiber for long distances Fiber can carry far, far more information over much, much longer distances than traditional copper Low data loss, high-speed transmission, large bandwidth, small physical size, light weight and freedom from electromagnetic interference and grounding problems are some of the advantages of fiber optic cable There are five common types: single, dual, quad, stranded and ribbon
Material in the form of fibers
the American spelling of fibre (fibre, from fibra)
A substance found in foods that come from plants Fiber helps in the digestive process and is thought to lower cholesterol and help control blood glucose (sugar) The two types of fiber in food are soluble and insoluble Soluble fiber, found in beans, fruits, and oat products, dissolves in water and is thought to help lower blood fats and blood glucose (sugar) Insoluble fiber, found in whole-grain products and vegetables, passes directly through the digestive system, helping to rid the body of waste products
a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth a slender and greatly elongated solid substance
An optical fiber transmits information using light waves, rather than electrons as in copper wires An optical fiber (usually shortened to "fiber") consists of a thin core, which carries the light signal, surrounded by a thicker transparent cladding, which keeps the light within the core Typically, a fiber core is made of glass, but plastics are used for short distance applications The fiber is protected by a soft buffer, which, in turn, is protected by a hard jacket Several fibers may be bundled into a single jacket Light-emitting diodes or lasers transmit light through the fiber core See Multimode Fiber, Single-Mode Fiber
Optical fiber: a very long, narrow, flexible piece of glass Used for high-speed communications (2)
A single piece of a given material, elongated and roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibers to form thread
{i} thin threadlike piece, thread, filament; strand of tissue (Anatomy); material which is composed of fibers; essential structure, basic character
fiber is an ingredient in edible plants that aids in digestion Fiber helps keep the stool soft, and keeps it traveling easily through the intestine Fiber is found in vegetables, fruits, beans, and whole grains
A general name for the raw material, such as cotton, flax, hemp, etc
fiber bundle
A topological space that, if one examines only a small part of it at a time, looks consistently like some product space
fiber bundles
plural form of fiber bundle
fiber plant
a plant species cultivated because its fibers have artisanal and/or industrial uses, e.g. as raw material for fabrics. Before the advent of synthetics, textile manufacturing depended almost exclusively on wool, silk and fiber plants such as cotton and flax
fiber-reinforced composite
A fiber-reinforced composite (FRC) is a composite building material that consists of three components: (i) the fibers as the discontinuous or dispersed phase, (ii) the matrix as the continuous phase, and (iii) the fine interphase region, also known as the interface
Fiber Optics
glass fibers that are used to transmit data using pulses of light (enables transmission over a wide bandwidth without interference)
fiber bundle
a bundle of fibers (especially nerve fibers)
fiber optic
An alternative to copper wire for transmitting information In fiber optics, pulses of light representing binanry data are flashed along a flexible glass fiber The advantage over copper wiring is that a single strand of optical fiber can carry thousands and thousands of different frequencies at once without data loss
fiber optic
An alternative to copper wire for transmitting information In fiber optics, pulses of light representing binary data are flashed along a flexible glass fiber The advantage over copper wiring is that a single strand of optical fiber can carry thousands and thousands of different frequencies at once without data loss Related terms: Data, Binary
fiber optic
transparent, glass or quartz fibers used for conducting light
fiber optic
a fine glass fibre which transmits light; transmits high volumes of data
fiber optic
A kind of cable that transmits information through light signals
fiber optic
Thin filaments of glass through which light beams are transmitted over long distances carrying enormous amounts of data
fiber optic
A transmission medium designed to transmit digital signals in the form of pulses of light Fiber optic cable is noted for its properties of electrical isolation and resistance to electromagnetic interference
fiber optic
A very fine fiber of glass or plastic through which light can be transmitted by total internal reflection In telecommunications, electrical signals are converted to pulses of light for transmission and then converted back into electrical signals at the end of the cable These fibers have a very large bandwidth, so many more items of information can be transmitted down a fiber optic cable than down a conventional copper telecommunications cable (Novak)
fiber optic
A cable that uses light to communicate; the fastest and most noise-resistant cable available for network wiring, but also the most expensive
fiber optic
A glass communications wire Fiber optic transmission can be used to support 30,000 times the traffic that can be carried on copper
fiber optic
A transmission media that use a light wave for signaling
fiber optic
A data retrieval hardware link using a bundle of thin transparent fibers of glass or plastic that transmit light throughout their length by internal reflections
fiber optic
A thin strand of glass that carries light transmissions and is used for high-speed voice or data transmission
fiber optic cable
A glass or plastic fiber used for the transmission of signals composed of light
fiber optic cable
an alternative cabling to traditional copper cable which uses pulses of light to transmit data along optical fibers
fiber optic cable
  A telecommunications cable in which one or more optical fibers are used as the propagation medium [After 2196] (188)  Note 1: The optical fibers are surrounded by buffers, strength members, and jackets for protection, stiffness, and strength   Note 2: A fiber-optic cable may be an all-fiber cable, or contain both optical fibers and metallic conductors   One possible use for the metallic conductors  is  the transmission  of  electric power  for repeaters   [After FAA]  Synonyms optical cable, optical fiber cable
fiber optic cable
Bundles of hair-thin glass filaments through which light can travel Fiber offers greater transmission capacity with less interference than metal cables
fiber optic cable
Optical fibers incorporated into an assembly of materials that provide tensile strength and external protection, and have handling properties comparable to metallic cables
fiber optic cable
A type of cable consisting of glass or plastic fibers that are used to carry light signals Fiber optic cable supports transmission speeds up into the 100Mbps
fiber optic cable
A transmission medium that provides high data rates and low errors Glass or plastic fibers are woven together to form the core of the cable This core is surrounded by a glass or plastic layer called the cladding The cladding is covered with plastic or other material for protection The cable requires a light source, most commonly laser or light-emitting diodes
fiber optic cable
A cable filled with many small glass fibers used on machines with photo electric registration to carry light into the die area and the reflected light back to the registration system
fiber optic cable
A cable containing a bundle of fiber strands
fiber optic cable
Fiber-optic cables transmit digital signals as light pulses Fiber optic cable connections are made through an AUI port using an external transceiver
fiber optic cable
A bundle of optical fibers within one conducting cable In addition to the optical fibers and its cladding, the cable can consist of plastic strength members, an inner and an outer plastic jacket, all providing protection to the fiber strands
fiber optic cable
A telecommunications medium made of thin glass fibers bundled inside an insulated cable It is used for high-speed voice, video, and data transmission
fiber optic cable
A cable containing one or more optical fibers
fiber optic cable
A transmission medium composed of small strands of glass, providing a path for light rays that act as a carrier
fiber optic cable
Cable made from thin strands of glass through which data is transmitted in the form of light pulses Used for high-speed transmission over medium to long distances
fiber optic cable
consists of a hair-thin, flexible glass rod encased in a cable that uses light to transmit audio, video, and data signals Fiber optic cable is capable of supporting up to 625 Mbps of data transmission
fiber optic cable
a cable made of optical fibers that can transmit large amounts of information at the speed of light
fiber optic cable
Transmission medium that carries messages on a beam of light rather than using an electrical signal
fiber optic cable
A type of wire-line transmission media that converts information into light pulses that travel down hollow glass tubes the diameter of a human hair Fiber optic cables are used in broadband networks, and are capable of carrying an enormous amount of information in all its forms --sound, graphics, data, and video, or a multimedia combination thereof -- with much greater speed, accuracy, and security than conventional copper wires and coaxial cables
fiber optic cable
fiber which can transfer data by light rays at a very fast rate
fiber optic cable
Strands of glass or synthetic material through which data is transmitted in the form of light pulses It can be used for high-speed transmission over long distances
fiber optic cable
A transmission technology that sends pulses of light along specially manufactured optical fibers Each fiber consists of a core, thinner than a human hair, surrounded by a sheath with a much lower refractive index Light signals introduced at one end of the cable are conducted along the cable as the signals are reflected from the sheath Fiber optic cable is lighter and smaller than traditional copper cable, is immune to electrical interference, and has better signal-transmitting qualities However, it is more expensive than traditional cables and more difficult to repair
fiber optic cable
A jacketed fiber(s) (SMFPMD) (PMD) A cable containing one or more optical fibers
fiber optic cable
A cable, consisting of a center glass core surrounded by layers of plastic, that transmits data using light rather than electricity It has the ability to carry more information over much longer distances
fiber optic cable
thin glass filaments that transmit signals as very high-frequency light pulses
fiber optic cable
A cable with a glass or plastic filament which transmits digital signals in the form of light pulses
fiber optic cable
– Transmission medium for optical-signal propagation, generally consisting of one or more plastic or glass fibers sheathed in a protective plastic coating
fiber optics
The technology of transmitting and guiding optical radiation (light) along optical conductors
fiber optics
The technology in which communication signals in the form of modulated light beams are transmitted over a glass fiber transmission medium Fiber optic technology offers high bandwidth, small space needs and protection from electromagnetic interference, eavesdropping and radioactivity
fiber optics
A communications medium in which light travels down bundles of tiny glass fibers Bandwidth is much higher than any system based on wire At KSU the campus network's "backbone" is based on fiber optics In Kansas, a number of fiber optics cables have been run through abandoned pipelines
fiber optics
Technology based on thin filaments of glass or other transparent materials used as the medium for transmitting coded light pulses that represent data, image and sound Fiber optic technology offers extremely high transmission speeds
fiber optics
A data transmission medium using light conducted through glass or plastic fibers A fiber-optic cable has cores capable of conducting modulated light signals by internal reflection
fiber optics
A technology that uses glass or plastic fibers (also called threads) to transmit data, instead of metal cables Fiber optic cables have more bandwidth than metal cables and can transmit data digitally, but they are also much more expensive and fragile Most Telcos, however, are gradually replacing their regular telephone lines with fiber optic cables Back to Top
fiber optics
The transmission of radiant power through fibers made of transparent materials such as glass, fused silica or plastic Fiber optic cables have much higher capacity than traditional wire cables, thereby creating more bandwidth for transmission of information
fiber optics
The branch of optical technology concerned with the transmission of radiant power through fibers made of transparent materials such as glass, fused silica, and plastic
fiber optics
Light transmission through optical fibers for communication and signaling A technology that transmits information as light pulses along a glass or plastic fiber Optical fiber carries much more information than conventional copper wire and is generally not subject to interference Most telephone company long-distance lines are optical fiber See RUS 1755 900
fiber optics
A technology that uses glass (or plastic) threads (fibers) to transmit data A fiber optic cable consists of a bundle of glass threads, each of which is capable of transmitting messages modulated onto light waves Fiber optic cables have a much greater bandwidth than metal cables
fiber optics
noun Molded bundles of glass fiber that allow transmission of signals using light waves rather than electrical impulses; can carry many more pieces of voice, data and video than networks of similar amounts of traditional wiring
fiber optics
Bundles of extremely thin glass or plastic filaments on which information is carried in the form of billions of pulses of light per second Fiber optic cable has much higher capacity than traditional copper or coaxial cable, and is not as subject to interference and noise
fiber optics
Technique for the transmission of light from a transmitting source through a bundle of tiny and flexible glass fibers
fiber optics
An optical system that uses glass or transparent plastic fibers as light transmitting media
fiber optics
Technology involving the transmission of information over glass strands (fiber optic cables) using light A fiber optic transmission system includes a transmitter (a laser or light-emitting diode), fiber optic cable, and a receiver (a photodiode) Fiber optic systems can carry high data rates of up to several Gbps, or more
fiber optics
Light transmission through optical fibers for communication or signaling
fiber optics
the transmission of light signals via glass fibers
fiber optics
Transmission medium that uses glass fibers with high bandwidth to transport data or voice signals   The light beam, produced by a laser or light-emitting diode, is modulated to carry information
fiber optics
A medium for the transmission of information (audio, video, data) Light is modulated and transmitted over high purity, hair-thin fibers of glass The bandwidth capacity of fiber optic cable is much greater than that of conventional cable or copper wire
fiber optics
Used for transmission of information using infra-red or even visible light as the carrier (usually a laser) The light beam is an electromagnetic signal It travels down a plastic or glass fibre made from silicon dioxide no thicker than a human hair Optical fibre is less susceptible to external noise than other transmission media, and is cheaper to make than copper wire, but it is much more difficult to connect Fiber optics are difficult to tamper with (to monitor or inject data in the middle of a connection), making them appropriate for secure communications The light beams do not escape from the medium because the material used provides total internal reflection
fiber optics
A method of transmitting light beams along optical fibers The optical fibers consist of thin strands of glass or other transparent matter with dozens or even hundreds of strands in a single cable When a beam of light is introduced at one end, it will remain within the fiber, reflecting off of the inner surfaces while traveling down the length of the fiber
fiber optics
Consisting of bundles of glass or plastic threads, a fiber optic cable transmits data using light While expensive to install and more fragile and difficult to split than traditional metal (usually copper) communication lines, fiber optics have several advantages First, they can transmit more data because they have a great bandwidth They're also thinner, lighter and less susceptible than metal cables to interference And they can transmit data digitally rather than analogically
fiber optics
A technology that uses light as a digital information carrier The transmission medium is made up of small strands of glass, each of which provides a path for light rays that carry the data signal Fiberoptic technology offers large bandwidth, very high security, and immunity to electrical interference The glass-based transmission facilities also occupy far less space than other high-bandwidth media, which is a major advantage in crowded underground ducts
fiber optics
A method of transmitting signals over light waves sent through extremely thin fibers spun from glass
fiber optics
  The branch of optical technology concerned with the transmission of light through fibers made of transparent materials such as glasses and plastics (188) [2196]  Note 1: Telecommunications applications of fiber optics use flexible low-loss fibers, using a single fiber per optical path Present-day plastic fibers have losses that are too high for telecommunications applications   Note 2: Various industrial and medical applications of fiber optics, such as endoscopes, use flexible fiber bundles in which individual fibers are spatially aligned, permitting optical relay of an image   Note 3:   Some specialized  industrial applications use rigid (fused) aligned fiber bundles for image transfer; such as in the fiber optics faceplates used on some cathode ray rubes (CRTs) to "flatten" the image
fiber-optic
{s} of or pertaining to fiber optics
fiber-optic
used for very high speed data transmission It works by (modulating) a light wave across cable The data is carried along with the light
fiber-optic
This is a new style of cable being used for very high speed data transmission It works by pushing (modulating) a light wave across cable The data is carried along with the light
fiber-optic
of or relating to fiber optics
fiber-optic
- A cabling technology that uses pulses of light sent along a light-conducting fiber at the heart of the cable to transfer information from sender to receiver Fiber-optic cable can send data in only one direction, so two cables are required to permit any two network devices to exchange data in both directions
fiber-optic transmission system
a communication system using fiber optic cables
C fiber
The slowest of the nerve fibers, unique in being unmyelinated
Seifert fiber space
A fiber bundle whose fiber is the circle and whose base space is a two-dimensional orbifold
Seifert fiber spaces
plural form of Seifert fiber space
carbon fiber
A very strong filament made by the pyrolysis of a synthetic fiber such as rayon
carbon fiber
A cloth or felt made from these fibers
dietary fiber
Alternative spelling of dietary fibre
fibered
Having fiberS / fibres
fibre
Material in the form of fibres

The cloth was made from strange, somewhat rough fibre.

fibre
Dietary fibre

Fresh vegetables are a good source of fibre.

fibre
A single piece of a given material, elongated and roughly round in cross-section, often twisted with other fibres to form thread

The microscope showed several different fibres stuck to the sole of the shoe.

glass fiber insulation
blanket or rigid board insulation, composed of glass fibers bound together with a binder, faced or unfaced, used to insulate roofs and walls
moral fiber
Alternative spelling of moral fibre
muscle fiber
A single cell of a muscle. Each muscle fibers contain many myofibrils, the contractile unit of muscles
natural fiber
An organic fiber, which is obtained naturally, notably from a plant or animal

Sheep and flax produce the natural fibers wool and linnen.

nerve fiber
An axon
optical fiber
Alternative form of optical fibre
synthetic fiber
Any fiber made by extruding a synthetic substance through spinnerets to make a thread
Neutral Detergent Fiber
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) Neutral Detergent Fiber (NDF) is the most common measure of fiber used for animal feed analysis, but it does’t represent a unique class of chemical compounds. NDF measures most of the structural components in plant cells (i.e., lignine, hemicellulose, and cellulose), but not pectin
carbon fiber
Carbon fibre or carbon fiber can refer to carbon filament thread, or to felt or woven cloth made from those carbon filaments. By extension, the term is also used informally to mean any composite material made with carbon filament, such as carbon fiber reinforced plastic. Carbon fibers find many uses because of their strength and light weight. Carbon fiber was invented in the early 1960's at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough, Hampshire (England)
dietary fiber
Indigestible material in food that stimulates the intestine to peristalsis —called also bulk, dietary fiber, roughage
Purkinje fiber
One of the specialized cardiac muscle fibers, part of the impulse-conducting network of the heart, that rapidly transmit impulses from the atrioventricular node to the ventricles
acrylic fiber
a quick-drying synthetic textile fiber made by polymerization of acrylonitrile usually with other monomers
acrylic fiber
Most widely used family of man-made fibers in socks This fiber is generally warm and lightweight Acrylic keeps its shape and properties, including resilience, softness, easy care, low-shrinkage, rich colorations and wicking Examples are Duraspun® and Creslan®
acrylic fiber
A soft and durable man-made fiber used for yarns, velvets and carpeting
acrylic fiber
Any of numerous synthetic fibers polymerized from acrylonitrile
acrylic fiber
A man-made fiber in which the forming substance is synthetic polymer Acrylic has low moisture absorbency and is very UV resistant Acrylic fabrics often have a similar look and feel of wool Learn more about synthetic/man-made fibers Example in our line: ‘Wavelength’, 20% Acrylic, wallcovering
acrylic fiber
polymerized from acrylonitrile
animal fiber
fiber derived from animals
bast fiber
Any of various durable fibers found in the phloem of certain plants, especially flax, hemp, and jute, used in making rope and baskets
carbon fiber
An extremely strong thin fiber made by pyrolyzing synthetic fibers, such as rayon, until charred. It is used to make high-strength composites
dietary fiber
roughage, fiber contained in food
elastic fiber
A thick yellow connective-tissue fiber composed principally of elastin and characterized by great elasticity
fibered
Having fibers; made up of fibers
fibers
plural of fiber
fibers
the stuff xylem, or wood, is made from; fibers are cells that look and act like straws
fibers
Footprints Cut-pile carpets will show footprints and vacuum cleaner marks The selection of a carpet with a lower pile height and denser construction will help to minimize this effect
fibers
the smallest elements of hemp rope, spun right-handed to form yarn
fibers
The slender threadlike elements or groups of wood fibers resulting from chemical or mechanical defiberization, or both, and sometimes referred to as fiber bundles
fibers
Denier
fibers
Characterized by having a high length to diameter ratio, that is, the length is enormously greater than the diameter As a result of the spinning process, most of the polymer molecules are oriented along the fiber axis In regions where polymer molecules are perfectly oriented along the axis, crystals will be formed Nearly perfect uniaxial orientation of the macromolecules represents the basic requirement for the preparation of strong polymer fibers
fibers
infinitesimally small particles of rag or wood pulp, which are the major raw ingredients in the papermaking process
fibre
A general name for the raw material, such as cotton, flax, hemp, etc
fibre
bulk
fibre
used in textile manufactures
fibre
A long narrow, tapering wood cell closed at both ends
fibre
Any fine, slender thread, or threadlike substance; as, a fiber of spun glass; especially, one of the slender rootlets of a plant
fibre
the inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; "education has for its object the formation of character"- Herbert Spencer
fibre
A general term of convenience for any long, narrow cell of wood other than vessel elements and parenchyma Includes the tracheids of gymnosperms and the libriform wood fibres and fibre tracheids of woody angiosperms
fibre
Sinew; strength; toughness; as, a man of real fiber
fibre
Long cells with lignified walls, generally dead, providing mechanical support for the culm as fibre sheath or fibre bundle
fibre
A particular fibre is a type of cloth or other material that is made from or consists of threads. The ball is made of rattan -- a natural fibre
fibre
Fibre consists of the parts of plants or seeds that your body cannot digest. Fibre is useful because it makes food pass quickly through your body. Most vegetables contain fibre
fibre
The preimage of a given point in the range of a map
fibre
The piassava and the ixtle are both used under this name
fibre
1) A specific form of chemically gelled fibrous materials manufactured into sheets, rods, tubes, and the like 2) Commonly used interchangeably with Fiber (See Vulcanized Fibre )
fibre
Fibre or roughage is essential for good bowel movement A high-fibre diet may also prevent cancer of the colon, diverticulitis, piles, haemorrhoids, obesity, diabetes, appendicitis and varicose veins Recently, a dietary study has claimed that people who enjoy a high fibre diet are happier, more energetic and think more quickly
fibre
a long thin string-like structure constructed of smaller fibrils and even smaller microfibrils Examples are collagen, elastic and keratin fibres Collagen fibres are arranged parallel to each other in a tendon, to give it great resistance to tension (pulling)
fibre
A relatively long sclerenchyma cell, usually occurring in bundles or strands See also Sclerenchyma
fibre
This is a general term, independent of length Fibres are divided into textile fibres and filaments or filament yarns
fibre
Moral strength and resolve
fibre
The indigestible part of plants Insoluble fibre: Necessary for optimal bowel health and found in plant foods such as whole wheat, wheat bran, dried peas and beans as well as in fruits and vegetables Soluble fibre: Has been shown to lower blood cholesterol levels as well as play a beneficial role in regulating blood sugar levels It's found in grains such as psyllium, oats, barley and rye, in dried peas and beans as well as fruits and vegetables
fibre
The two major fibre types are Egyptian cotton and Sea Island quality cotton
fibre
a slender and greatly elongated solid substance
fibre
fi·bre fibres in AM, use fiber1. A fibre is a thin thread of a natural or artificial substance, especially one that is used to make cloth or rope. If you look at the paper under a microscope you will see the fibres. a variety of coloured fibres
fibre
A thin strand that may be spun to make thread
fibre
Dietary fibre is made up of undigestable complex carbohydrates The body does not absorb fibre, so it has no calories Dietary fibre helps in digestion and elimination
fibre
Wood cell whose properties vary from one tree species to another; the main raw material for papermaking
fibre
a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth
fibre
The FC-PH physical standards cover all transmission media types specified in the Fibre Channel Physical Layer standard (), such as optical fiber, copper twisted pair, and copper coaxial cable
fibre
Indigestible plant matter
fibre
A fibre is a thin piece of flesh like a thread which connects nerve cells in your body or which muscles are made of. the nerve fibres. glass fibre fibre optics fibre dietary
fibre
The structure that guides light in a fibre optic system
fibre
This is the European way of spelling fiber-a spelling typically used in the United States when referring to Fibre Channel See Fibre Channel
fibre
A tough vegetable fiber used as a substitute for bristles in making brushes
fibre
{i} thin threadlike piece, thread, filament; strand of tissue (Anatomy); material which is composed of fibers; essential structure, basic character (British spelling for fiber)
fibre
a fine thread; most textile fabrics are composed of fibres that have been spun into thicker threads which are then woven or knitted
fibre
1) a specific form of chemically jelled fibrous materials manufactured in sheets, rods, and tubes 2)commonly used interchangeably with fiber
fibre
One of the delicate, threadlike portions of which the tissues of plants and animals are in part constituted; as, the fiber of flax or of muscle
fibre
a material used to make textiles which is flexible, fine, and has a high ratio of length to thickness
fibres
plural of fibre
man-made fiber
created from natural materials or by chemical processes
medullated nerve fiber
a nerve fiber encased in a sheath of myelin
mineral fiber
Inorganic fibers of glass or rock
mineral fiber
inorganic fibers of glass, asbestos, or rock (mineral wool)
moral fiber
ethical basis, moral foundation
muscle fiber
A cylindrical, multinucleate cell composed of numerous myofibrils that contracts when stimulated
natural fiber
derived from plants or animals
nerve fiber
a threadlike extension of a nerve cell
nerve fiber
A threadlike process of a neuron, especially the prolonged axon that conducts nerve impulses
optical fiber
Optical fibers are light guides for electromagnetic waves in the infrared and visible light spectrum composed of concentric cylinders made of dielectric materials with different indices of refraction (i e , velocity of propagation normalized to the velocity of light in free space) At the center is a core comprising the glass or plastic strand or fiber in which a light wave travels A low index of refraction clad surrounds the core and is itself enclosed in a light-absorbing jacket that prevents interference among multi-fiber cables Multi-fiber cable can be purchased with between 2 and 136 fibers
optical fiber
Medium that carries digital data signals in the form of modulated pulses of light An optical fiber consists of an extremely thin cylinder of glass, called the core, surrounded by a concentric layer of glass, known as the cladding
optical fiber
Long strands of glass, thinner than a human hair, which propagate a lightwave signal for use in broadband communications Synonym for fiber, lightguide
optical fiber
Filament of quartz or other optical material capable of transmitting light along its conformation and emitting it at the end
optical fiber
A glass or plastic fiber surrounded by a material with a lower index of refraction Optical fibers transmit light from one end to the other by internal reflection
optical fiber
A transparent fiber, usually of glass or plastic, that can transmit light down its length by means of total internal reflection
optical fiber
A flexible optically transparent fiber, usually made of glass or plastic, through which light can be transmitted by successive internal reflections
optical fiber
Any filament of fiber, made of dielectric material, that guides light
Türkisch - Englisch
ixtle
istle
(Tıp) Bitkisel kaynaklı besinlerde bulunan bir madde. Lif.Lifler, Feçesi (dışkı) yumuşak tutarak kolon boyunca kolayca hareketini sağlamak suretiyle sindirime yardım eder.Soluble fiber(Eriyebilen Lif) suda çözünür ve bakliyat, sebze,yulaf ürünlerinde bolca bulunur. Insoluble fiber (Erimeyen Lif) Suda çözünmez ve tüm hububat ürünleri ile sebzelerde bulunur
fiberboard
fiber
fibre, fiber
fibre

Fibre-optic cables can carry huge amounts of information. - Fiber-optik kablolar büyük miktarda bilgi taşıyabilirler.

Hirofumi installed fibreglass insulation in the ceiling. - Hirofumi tavanda fiberglas yalıtım döşedi.

fiber glas
(Havacılık) fibre glass
fiber levha
(İnşaat) fibreboard
fiber levha
(İnşaat) fiberboard
fiber optik
(Bilgisayar) fiber-optic
fiber optik
fiber optics
fiber optik kablo
(Askeri) fiber optic cable
fiber optik
Fiber optic
fiber bazlı
fiber-based
fiber conta
fiber washer
fiber contalı somun
nuts with nylon inserts
fiber donatılı beton
(İnşaat) fiber reinforced concrete
fiber filtre
fibrous filter
fiber geometrisi
fibre geometry
fiber glas kaplı susturucu
(Otomotiv) glass pack muffler
fiber kanal anahtarı
(Bilgisayar) fibre channel switch
fiber kaplama
fiber wrapping
fiber kıvrılması
fibre curl
fiber optik ara yüzey ünitesi
(Askeri) fiber optic interface unit
fiber optik bağlantı; ileri çalışma konumu
(Askeri) fiber optic link; forward operating location
fiber optik kılıfı
fiber optic cladding
fiber optik sahra kablosu
(Askeri) fiber optic field wire
fiber optik; flash override; ileri gözetleyici
(Askeri) fiber optic; flash override; forward observer
fiber pul
fiber washer
fiber takviyeli plastik
(Havacılık) frp
fiber tozu
fibrous dust
optik fiber
(Askeri) optical fiber
optik fiber
(Askeri) optic fiber
optik fiber
optical fibers
Fiber Optik
optical fiber
sentetik fiber
synthetic fibre
sentetik fiber
syntheticfibre
fiber
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