2 edition of Seventh Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics found in the catalog.
Seventh Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics
Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics (7th 1984 Kissimmee, Fla.)
|Other titles||Integrated and guided-wave optics., Seventh integrated and guided-wave optics.|
|Statement||sponsored by Quantum Electronics and Applications Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Optical Society of America.|
|Contributions||IEEE Quantum Electronics and Applications Society., Optical Society of America.|
|LC Classifications||TA1660 .T66 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||83063407|
A. R. Beaumont, ‘Non-destructive technique for rapidly assessing the stability of lithium niobate electro-optic waveguide devices’, Tech. Digest Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided Wave Optics, Atlanta, , p46 Google Scholar. ACOFT addresses all aspects of guided wave optics including the theory, materials, technologies and applications associated with waveguide devices and integrated photonics. ACOFT covers new developments and innovation in the fields of optical fibre and waveguide devices. As a part of the BGPP Topical Meeting, papers are sought that.
Member, Program Committee, Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, Member, Program Committee, Topical Meeting on Numerical Analysis and Simulation in Guided-Wave Optics Title: Senior Research Scientist and . The electro-optic applications of InP and GaInAsP are reviewed. For fiber optics applications, diode lasers have been developed with low cw room-temperature threshold currents (25 mA), high modulation frequencies (>2 GHz) and long cw room-temperature lifetimes (>10 4 h). Avalanche photodiodes which have the p-n junction avalanche region in InP and the photosensitive region in .
A report of the first Topical Meeting on Integrated Optics—Guided Waves, Materials, and Devices has been prepared by four members of the Technical Program Committee. The meeting was held 7–10 February and was sponsored by the Lasers Technical Group of the Optical Society of America, the International Commission for Optics, and the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics. Integrated Optics and Guided Waves-a Report of the Topical Meeting. Pole RV, Miller SE, Harris JH, Tien PK. A report of the first Topical Meeting on Integrated Optics-Guided Waves, Materials, and Devices has been prepared by four members of the Technical Program Committee. The meeting was held February and was sponsored by the Lasers.
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Get this from a library. Seventh Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics: a digest of technical papers presented at the Seventh Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, April, Orlando Hyatt Hotel, Kissimmee, Flordia. [IEEE Quantum Electronics and Applications Society.; Optical Society of America.;].
Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided Wave Optics ( Salt Lake City). Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided Wave Optics. [Washington]: The Society, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.; Optical Society of.
Get this from a library. Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics: a digest of technical papers presented at the Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, January, Incline Village, Nevada.
[IEEE Quantum Electronics and Applications Society.; Optical Society of America. Laser and Electro-Optics Technical Group.;]. Get this from a library. Integrated and guided-wave optics: summaries of papers presented at the Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics Topical Meeting, March, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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Meeting ( Pacific Grove, Calif) Fifth Topical Meeting on Optical Fiber Communication, April,OSA/IEEE, Phoenix, Arizona: digest of technical papers. Nakajima, I. Sawaki, M. Seino, K. Asama, T. Horimatsu, and K.
Murakami, Technical Digest of Seventh Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided‐Wave Optics, OSA. Carenco A. et al: Seventh topical meeting on “Integrated and Guided Wave Optics”, (IEEE/OSA) Proc.
ThB Google Scholar. Superlattices and Microstructures. Vol. 1, 17 QUANTUM-WELL WAVE GUIDE COUPLER Dietrich and Marek Chmielowski" Department of Electrical Engineering University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh PAUSA (Received 8 August ) Photonic devices, like spatial light modulators and SEED devices made use of the absorptive component of the quantum.
A. Loni, R. De La Rue and J. Winfield Technical Digest of 9th Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, Santa Fe, (Optical Society of America, Washington, D.C.) MD3.
Google Scholar. T.G. Giallorenzi, Topical Meeting on Integrated optics and guided wave optics,Salt Lake City, paper MAL  M.K. Barnowski, Appl. Opt. 14 () Recommended articles Citing articles (0) References.
In order to realize the low loss ridge optical waveguide, high‐purity GaAs and Ga 1−x Al x As (0. White and J.J. Burke, Losses in diffused LiNb03 waveguides by directional changes, in: Digest of Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, Incline Village, Januarypaper WB2.
[5 ] R.V. Schmidt and H. Kogelnik, Appl. Phy.s Lett. 28 () . Abstract. LiNbO 3 is a particularly interesting substrate to realize active electrooptic devices especially using the Ti indiffusion technique.
Among the various devices which have been reported the TE/TM converter [ 1 ] can lead to very interesting applications such as polarization controllers [ 2 ], polarization independant devices [ 3 ] or frequency shifters [4,5 ]. A method and apparatus for focusing light within a waveguide is provided.
The waveguide includes a curved grating adapted to focus light incident thereon to a focused spot proximate a first end of the waveguide. In another embodiment, the first end of the waveguide has a thickness greater than a portion of the waveguide containing the grating. A high‐throughput diffraction‐limited chirp‐grating Bragg diffraction lens for guided‐wave optical device applications has been demonstrated with planar photolithographic fabrication techniques.
Diffraction‐limited performance has been obtained with a 2‐mm‐aperture f/16 lens focusing the He‐Ne laser beam to a ‐μm spot size. The grating diffraction efficiency to the focus. Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided Wave Optics (6th: Pacific Grove, Calif.). Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics.
[Washington, D.C.]: Optical Society of America, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: IEEE Quantum Electronics and.
Taylor, Topical Meeting on Integrated and Guided Wave Optics, Salt Lake City () Google Scholar 5). Taylor, Appl. () ADS CrossRef Google Scholar. A channel‐waveguide array, a planar waveguide, a linear TIPE microlens array, a ‐MHz surface acoustic wave transducer, and an integrating lens have all been integrated in a substrate size of ×× cm to form an integrated acousto‐optic Bragg modulator that should find a variety of applications in optical computing, signal.
Fundamentals of Optical Waveguides gives a complete theoretical basis of optical fibers and planar lightwave circuits. Fundamental analytical waveguide theories are introduced and various numerical methods are are presented. Recent topics on planar lightwave circuit (PLC) devices are described including operational principles of arrayed-waveguide grating multiplexers (AWGs) and their.
The performance efficiency of optoelectronic couplers which change the intensity distribution of light propagating in two waveguides by the application of an electric field can be improved by several orders of magnitude by the use of multiple‐quantum‐well material and by positioning the guides vertically in consecutively deposited planes, separated by a coupling layer.
C.L. Chang, C.S. Tsai: GHz bandwidth optical channel waveguide TIR switches and 4x4 switching networks, at Topical Meeting on integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, 6–8 Jan, Pacific Grove, CA, in: Technical Digest, ThD to 4, IEEE Cat. No. 83CH Google Scholar.He has served on the program committees of a number of technical conferences on semiconductor devices and integrated optics, including the IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS) annual meeting, the Integrated Guided Wave Optics Topical Meeting, and the Integrated Photonics Research Conference, for which he was program co-chair in Editorial Editorial Volume 1 November Pages 41 Journal of Optical Communications Contents Sources Detectors Cables D.
Botez Dear Colleagues, The first issue of the Journal of Optical Communications was presented at the ECOC'80 (see meeting report). By the time you receive this second issue, the deadline for the IOOC'81 will already have expired.