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Low-cost mechanical fiber-optic switch

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The design of an inexpensive fiber-optic switch must satisfy two high-level objectives. First, the components in the switch must have loose tolerances and be fabricated from inexpensive materials. Second, the design must facilitate quick and easy assembly, with no operator alignment.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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