This book is intended to cover primarily the optical portion of the op toelectronics area by focusing on the theory and applications of components that use guided optical waves.
Author: Theodor Tamir
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
The first guided-wave components that employed signals in the form of light beams traveling along thin films were fabricated a little more than two decades ago. The parallel development of semiconductor lasers and the subsequent availability of low-loss optical fibers made possible the imple mentation of completely optical systems for communications, signal pro cessing and other applications that had used only electronic circuitry in the past. Referred to as integrated optics, this technology has been rein forced by utilizing electronic components that act as controlling elements or perform other functions for which the optical counterparts are not as effec tive. The broader area thus generated was aptly named optoelectronics and it currently represents a fascinating, rapidly evolving and most promising technology. Specifically, the amalgamation of electronic and optics compo nents into an integrated optoelectronics format is expected to provide a wide range of systems having miniaturized, high speed, broad band and reliable components for telecommunications, data processing, optical computing and other applications in the near and far future. This book is intended to cover primarily the optical portion of the op toelectronics area by focusing on the theory and applications of components that use guided optical waves. Hence all aspects of integrated optics are dis cussed, but optoelectronic components having primarily electronic rather than optical functions have not been included. Each chapter has been writ ten by experts who have actively participated in developing the specific areas addressed by them.
The book examines techniques for writing fiber Bragg gratings, which are of particular interest for smart sensing applications. A chapter focuses on the fundamental principles of Fourier optics and its implementation in guided wave optics.
Author: Shyamal Bhadra
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Guided Wave Optics and Photonic Devices introduces readers to a broad cross-section of topics in this area, from the basics of guided wave optics and nonlinear optics to biophotonics. The book is inspired by and expands on lectures delivered by distinguished speakers at a three-week school on guided wave optics and devices organized at the CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute in Kolkata in 2011. An Introduction to Guided Wave Optics and Photonic Devices: Principles, Applications, and Future Directions The book discusses the concept of modes in a guided medium from first principles, emphasizing the importance of dispersion properties in optical fibers. It describes fabrication and characterization techniques of rare-earth-doped optical fibers for amplifiers and lasers, with an eye to future applications. Avoiding complex mathematical formalism, it also presents the basic theory and operational principles of fiber amplifiers and lasers. The book examines techniques for writing fiber Bragg gratings, which are of particular interest for smart sensing applications. A chapter focuses on the fundamental principles of Fourier optics and its implementation in guided wave optics. In addition, the book explains the critical phenomena of soliton dynamics and supercontinuum generation in photonic crystal fiber, including its fabrication process and characteristics. It also looks at plasmonics in guided media and nonlinearity in stratified media—both key areas for future research. The last chapter explores the importance of lasers in biophotonic applications. Written by experts engaged in teaching, research, and development in optics and photonics, this reference brings together fundamentals and recent advances in one volume. It offers a valuable overview of the field for students and researchers alike and identifies directions for future research in guided wave and photonic device technology.
A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiber optics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists with a solid foundation of the principles, ...
Author: Chin-Lin Chen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiber optics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists with a solid foundation of the principles, capabilities, uses, and limitations of guided-wave optic devices and systems. In addition to the transmission properties of dielectric waveguides and optical fibers, this book covers the principles of directional couplers, guided-wave gratings, arrayed-waveguide gratings, and fiber optic polarization components. The material is fully classroom-tested and carefully structured to help readers grasp concepts quickly and apply their knowledge to solving problems. Following an overview, including important nomenclature and notations, the text investigates three major topics: Integrated optics Fiber optics Pulse evolution and broadening in optical waveguides Each chapter starts with basic principles and gradually builds to more advanced concepts and applications. Compelling reasons for including each topic are given, detailed explanations of each concept are provided, and steps for each derivation are carefully set forth. Readers learn how to solve complex problems using physical concepts and simplified mathematics. Illustrations throughout the text aid in understanding key concepts, while problems at the end of each chapter test the readers' grasp of the material. The author has designed the text for upper-level undergraduates, graduate students in physics and electrical and computer engineering, and scientists. Each chapter is self-contained, enabling instructors to choose a subset of topics to match their particular course needs. Researchers and practitioners can also use the text as a self-study guide to gain a better understanding of photonic and fiber optic devices and systems.
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A Digest of Technical Papers Presented at the Seventh Topical Meeting on
Integrated and Guided-Wave Optics, April 24-26, 1984, Orlando Hyatt Hotel,
Kissimmee, Flordia. High - Speed Integrated Optoelectronic Signal Processing
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Author: Dennis G. Hall
Publisher: Society of Photo Optical
Category: Technology & Engineering
SPIE Milestones are collections of seminal papers from the world literature covering important discoveries and developments in optics and photonics.
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VanStryland , C . Menyuk , L . Torner and G . Assanto , Proceedings of the 4 ' th
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This book is a first-year graduate text on electromagnetic fields and waves.
Author: Kequian Zhang
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book is a first-year graduate text on electromagnetic fields and waves. It is the translated and revised edition of the Chinese version with the same title published by the Publishing House of Electronic Industry (PHEI) of China in 1994. The text is based on the graduate course lectures on "Advanced Elec trodynamics" given by the authors at Tsinghua University. More than 300 students from the Department of Electronic Engineering and the Depart ment of Applied Physics have taken this course during the last decade. Their particular fields are microwave and millimeterwave theory and technology, physical electronics, optoelectronics and engineering physics. As the title of the book shows, the texts and examples in the book concentrate mainly on electromagnetic theory related to microwaves and optoelectronics, or light wave technology. However, the book can also be used as an intermediate-level text or reference book on electromagnetic fields and waves for students and scientists engaged in research in neighboring fields.
A. A. Barybin and V. A. Dmitriev , Modern Electrodynamics and Coupled - Mode
Theory : Application to Guided - Wave Optics ... K. J. Ebeling , Integrated Optoelectronics : Waveguide Optics , Photonics , Semiconductors ,
Author: Bahaa E. A. Saleh
Fundamentals of Photonics: A complete, thoroughly updated, full-color second edition Now in a new full-color edition, Fundamentals of Photonics, Second Edition is a self-contained and up-to-date introductory-level textbook that thoroughly surveys this rapidly expanding area of engineering and applied physics. Featuring a logical blend of theory and applications, coverage includes detailed accounts of the primary theories of light, including ray optics, wave optics, electromagnetic optics, and photon optics, as well as the interaction of photons and atoms, and semiconductor optics. Presented at increasing levels of complexity, preliminary sections build toward more advanced topics, such as Fourier optics and holography, guided-wave and fiber optics, semiconductor sources and detectors, electro-optic and acousto-optic devices, nonlinear optical devices, optical interconnects and switches, and optical fiber communications. Each of the twenty-two chapters of the first edition has been thoroughly updated. The Second Edition also features entirely new chapters on photonic-crystal optics (including multilayer and periodic media, waveguides, holey fibers, and resonators) and ultrafast optics (including femtosecond optical pulses, ultrafast nonlinear optics, and optical solitons). The chapters on optical interconnects and switches and optical fiber communications have been completely rewritten to accommodate current technology. Each chapter contains summaries, highlighted equations, exercises, problems, and selected reading lists. Examples of real systems are included to emphasize the concepts governing applications of current interest.
High - performance polyimide waveguide array with micro mirror coupler for guided - wave optoelectronic interconnects Yujie Liu * , Lei Lin , Chulchae Choi ,
Ray T . Chen Microelectronics Research Center The University of Texas at Austin
( 14 ) E . Garmire , “ A comparison of LiNbO3 and III - V semiconductor
technologies for integrated optics , ” in Processing of Guided Wave Optoelectronic Materials , vol . 460 , pp . 6 - 13 , Society of Photo - Optical
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Photonic integrated circuits ( PICs ) are a subset of OEICs focusing on the single -
substrate or monolithic integration of optically interconnected guided - wave optoelectronic devices . Although the balance of OEIC research has leaned
Author: Mario Dagenais
Category: Integrated circuits.
Integrated optoelectronics is becoming ever more important to communications, computer, and consumer industries, with applications in a variety of areas, from consumer electronics to high performance information networks. The requiremets for producing low-cost, highly reliable components for deployment in these new systems have created a technology challenge. Integrated optoelectronics promises to meet the performance and cost objectives of these applications by integrating both optical and electronic components in a highly functional chip. This book provides and overview of this technology.
Recent advances in guided - wave devices for optical signal processing Mario N.
Armenise , Vittorio M.N. Passaro , Michele Armenise , Roberto Diana Optoelectronics Lab . , Dipartimento di Elettrotecnica ed Elettronica , Politecnico
di Bari , via ...