Manfred Börner

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Manfred Börner (1960)

Manfred Börner (born 16 March 1929 in Rochlitz; died 15 January 1996 in Ulm) was a German physicist.

Life[edit]

Börner developed the first working fiber-optical data transmission system in 1965. He received a patent for an "electro-optical transmission system utilizing lasers".[1][2] From 1954 to 1979 he worked for the german Telefunken GmbH. Later, from 1979 to 1995, he was professor at the Technical University Munich.

Awards and memberships[edit]

Document of the Eduard Rhein Foundation 1990

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ DER SPIEGEL 25/1973 Puls im Glas (German)
  2. ^ Pat.Nt. 1548972; Brit. Pat. Nr. 1202418; US Pat. Nr. 3845-2930 French Pat.Nt. 1548972; Brit. Pat. Nr. 1202418; US Pat. Nr. 3845-293 0