FOSCO Connect

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    FOSCO Connect (also known as Fiber Optics For Sale Co.) is a stocking distributor of fiber optic datacom and telecom networking products. It offers fiber optic cables, cable assemblies, IT infrastructure hardware, fiber optic cabling tools, and testing equipment.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2001
    HQPleasanton, CA, US
    Websitefiberoptics4sale.com

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    FOSCO Connect Office Locations

    FOSCO Connect has an office in Pleasanton
    Pleasanton, CA, US (HQ)
    269 Mavis Dr
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    2001
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    Nov, 2021

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    Pockels Effect

    This is a continuation from the previous tutorial - Electro-Optic Effects. The majority of electro-optic devices are based on the Pockels effect. Structurally isotropic materials, including all gases, liquids, and amorphous solids such as glass, show no Pockels effect because they are centrosymmetri…

    Electro-Optic Effects

    This is a continuation from the previous tutorial - Surface Input and Output Couplers. The optical property of a dielectric material can be changed through an electro-optic effect in the presence of a static or low-frequency electric field \(\pmb{E}_0\). The result is a field-dependent susceptibilit…

    Surface Input and Output Couplers

    This is a continuation from the previous tutorial - Directional Couplers. In a system, it is always necessary to couple light from sources, such as lasers or light emitting diodes, to transmission components, which are usually dielectric waveguides or fibers, to various functional devices, such as o…

    Directional Couplers

    This is a continuation from the previous tutorial - grating waveguide couplers. Directional couplers are multiple-waveguide couplers used for codirectional coupling. They can be used in many different applications, including power splitters, optical switches, wavelength filters, and polarization se…

    Grating Waveguide Couplers

    This is a continuation from the previous tutorial - two-mode coupling. Grating waveguide couplers have many useful applications and are one of the most important kinds of waveguide couplers. They consist of periodic fine structures that form gratings in waveguides. The gratings in a waveguide can be…

    Two-Mode Coupling

    This is a continuation from the previous tutorial - coupled-mode theory. In most applications, we are interested in the coupling between two modes. This includes coupling between two modes in the same waveguide, such as that in a periodic waveguide, or coupling between two parallel waveguides, such …
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    FOSCO Connect Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was FOSCO Connect founded?

      FOSCO Connect was founded in 2001.

    • How many employees does FOSCO Connect have?

      FOSCO Connect has 11 employees.

    • Who are FOSCO Connect competitors?

      Competitors of FOSCO Connect include Cables for Less, Cables Plus and Capital Electric Wire and Cable.

    • Where is FOSCO Connect headquarters?

      FOSCO Connect headquarters is located at 269 Mavis Dr, Pleasanton.

    • Where are FOSCO Connect offices?

      FOSCO Connect has an office in Pleasanton.

    • How many offices does FOSCO Connect have?

      FOSCO Connect has 1 office.