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2015 IEEE International Reliability Physics Symposium (IRPS)

Sharing information related to cause, effects and solutions in the deign and manufacture of electronics and related components


2013 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IIRW)

We invite you to submit a presentation proposal that addresses any semiconductor related reliability issue, including the following topics: resistive memories, high-k and nitrided SiO2 gate dielectrics, reliability assessment of novel devices, III-V, SOI, emerging memory technologies, transistor reliability including hot carriers and NBTI/PBTI, root cause defects (physical mechanisms and simulations), Cu interconnects and low-k dielectrics, impact of transistor degradation on circuit reliability, designing-in reliability (products, circuits,systems, processes), customer product reliability requirements / manufacturer reliability tasks, waferlevel reliability tests (test approaches and reliability test structures), reliability modeling and simulation,optoelectronics, and single event upsets.

  • 2012 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IIRW)

    The IRW focuses on ensuring electronic device reliability through fabrication, design, testing, characterization, and simulation, as well as identification of the defects and physical mechanisms responsible for reliability problems.

  • 2011 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IIRW)

    The IRW focuses on ensuring electronic device reliability through fabrication, design, testing, characterization, and simulation, as well as identification of the defects and physical mechanisms responsible for reliability problems through tutorials, paper presentations, discussion groups and special interest groups.

  • 2010 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IIRW)

    The Integrated Reliability Workshop focuses on ensuring electronic device reliability through fabrication, design, testing, characterization, and simulation, as well as identification of the defects and physical mechanisms responsible for reliability problems. Through tutorials, discussion groups, special interest groups, and the informal format of the technical program, a unique environment is provided for understanding, developing, and sharing reliability technology and test methodology for present and f

  • 2009 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IRW)

    Semiconductor Reliability in general; and Wafer Level Reliability in specific. Covering areas like (but not limited to): Design-in Reliability, reliability characterization, deep sub-micron transistor and circuit reliability, customer reliability requirements, wafer level reliability tests, and reliability root cause analysis, etc.

  • 2008 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IRW)

    The workshop focuses on ensuring device reliability through fabrication, design, testing, characterization and simulation as well as identification of the defects and mechanisms responsible for reliability problems. It provides a unique environment for understanding, developing and sharing reliability technology and test methodology.

  • 2007 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IRW)

    The Workshop focuses on ensuring semiconductor reliability through fabrication, design, testing, characterization, and simulation, as well as identification of the defects and physical mechanisms responsible for reliabilty problems. Through tutorials, discussion groups, special interest groups, and the informal format of the technical program, a unique environment is provided for understanding and developing reliability technology and test methodology.

  • 2006 IEEE International Integrated Reliability Workshop (IRW)


2012 Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (ACP 2012)

Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (ACP) is Asia's premier conference in the Pacific Rim for photonics technologies, including optical communications, biophotonics, nanophotonics, illumination and applications in energy.

  • 2011 Asia Communications and Photonics Conference and Exhibition (ACP 2011)

    Asia Communications and Photonics Conference and Exhibition (ACP) is Asia's premier conference and exhibition in the Pacific Rim for photonics technologies, including optical communications, biophotonics, displays, illumination and applications in energy. The event will take place 13-16 November 2011 in Shanghai, China, at the Shanghai International Convention Center & Oriental Riverside Hotel. The five technical societies -- SPIE, The IEEE Photonics Society, OSA, the Chinese Optical Society, and the Chinese Institute of Communications -- have joined together to co-sponsor the ACP 2011 conference. The Local Organizing Committee with participation from Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics and Shanghai University will be responsible for local organization of the technical conference. Wen Global Solutions will continue as owner of the exhibition.

  • 2010 Asia Communications and Photonics Conference and Exhibition (ACP 2010)

    The Asia Optical Fiber Communication & Optoelectronic Exposition & Conference (AOE) and Asia -Pacific Optical Communications (APOC) have merged their conferences and tradeshow under a new name: Asia Communications and Photonics Conference and Exhibition (ACP).The combined event creates Asia's premier conference and exhibition in the Pacific Rim for photonics technologies, including optical communications, biophotonics, displays, illumination and applications in energy.

  • 2009 Asia Communications and Photonics Conference and Exhibition (ACP 2009)

    The Asia Optical Fiber Communication & Optoelectronic Exposition & Conference (AOE) and Asia-Pacific Optical Communications (APOC) have merged their conferences and tradeshow under a new name: Asia Communications and Photonics Conference and Exhibition (ACP).The combined event creates Asia's premier conference and exhibition in the Pacific Rim for photonics technologies, including optical communications, biophotonics, displays, illumination and applications in energy.

  • 2008 Asia Optical Fiber Communication & Optoelectronic Exposition & Conference (AOE)

    Optical Fiber Communications and Optoelectronics

  • 2007 Asia Optical Fiber Communication & Optoelectronic Exposition & Conference (AOE)

  • 2006 Asia Optical Fiber Communication & Optoelectronic Exposition & Conference (AOE)


2009 15th Microoptics Conference (MOC 2009)

Microoptics field from fundamental researches to systems and applications, such as Optical Communications, Optical Memories, Optoelectronic Equipments, Optical Sensing and Processing, Displays and Illuminations, and New Applications



Periodicals related to Optical Fiber

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Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


Device and Materials Reliability, IEEE Transactions on

Provides leading edge information that is critical to the creation of reliable electronic devices and materials, and a focus for interdisciplinary communication in the state of the art of reliability of electronic devices, and the materials used in their manufacture. It focuses on the reliability of electronic, optical, and magnetic devices, and microsystems; the materials and processes used in the ...


Lightwave Technology, Journal of

All aspects of optical guided-wave science, technology, and engineering in the areas of fiber and cable technologies; active and passive guided-wave componentry (light sources, detectors, repeaters, switches, fiber sensors, etc.); integrated optics and optoelectronics; systems and subsystems; new applications; and unique field trials.


Microelectromechanical Systems, Journal of

A journal covering Microsensing, Microactuation, Micromechanics, Microdynamics, and Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS). Contains articles on devices with dimensions that typically range from macrometers to millimeters, microfabrication techniques, microphenomena; microbearings, and microsystems; theoretical, computational, modeling and control results; new materials and designs; tribology; microtelemanipulation; and applications to biomedical engineering, optics, fluidics, etc. The Journal is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices ...


Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE

Rapid publication of original research relevant to photonics technology. This expanding field emphasizes laser and electro-optic technology, laser physics and systems, applications, and photonic/ lightwave components and applications. The journal offers short, archival publication with minimal delay.


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Highly sensitive nano-photonic embedded sensor

Roxana-Mariana Beiu; Constantin D. Stanescu; Valeriu C. Beiu 2007 7th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE NANO), 2007

This paper will detail a novel enabling fiber optic sensor based on the use of a photonic crystal structure embedded in the core of a fiber. We will start by briefly introducing photonic crystals (PCs) and reviewing fiber optics (FOs) used as sensors for mechanical deformations. We will then show that embedding PC structures into standard monomode FOs allows for ...


Soliton mode-locked fiber laser using a modulator-based saturable absorber

Ruixin Wang; Yitang Dai; Ziping Zhang; Hao Chen; Haijie Yu; Feifei Yin; Kun Xu; Jianqiang Li; Jintong Lin 2014 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) - Laser Science to Photonic Applications, 2014

We demonstrate a novel saturable absorber based on a dual-drive modulator with a feed-forward path for soliton pulse shaping. The fundamentally mode-locked laser produces 16.7-MHz repetition rate pulse train with 1.4-ps pulse width.


Common transmit/receive module for multiwavelength optically controlled phased array antennas

D. T. K. Tong; M. C. Wu Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, 1998. OFC '98., Technical Digest, 1998

Summary form only given. The advance of wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) photonic technologies has made an impact on recent development of broadband optically controlled phased array antennas. For example, we have previously reported a multiwavelength optically controlled phased array antenna (MWOCPAA) transmitter. In this paper, we extend the multiwavelength concept to the MWOCPAA common transmit/receive (T/R) module. The receive mode in ...


Error-free optical 156-Mbit/s millimeter-wave wireless transport through 60-GHz external modulation

K. Kitayama; T. Kuri; Y. Ogawa Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, 1998. OFC '98., Technical Digest, 1998

Summary form only given. Millimeter (mm)-wave wireless systems will provide a versatile final drop for future broadband FTTX networks. The mm-wave EO conversion using the external modulation of laser light is promising due to the high spectral purity directly inherited from low noise light sources as well as its simplicity compared to optical heterodyning techniques. However, the highest radio frequency ...


Membrane polarization induced in the myocardium by defibrillation fields: an idealized 3-D finite element bidomain/monodomain torso model

Qiuju Huang; J. C. Eason; F. J. Claydon IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 1999

This study develops a three-dimensional finite element torso model with bidomain myocardium to simulate the transmembrane potential (TMP) of the heart induced by defibrillation fields. The inhomogeneities of the torso are modeled as eccentric spherical volumes with both the curvature and the rotation features of cardiac fibers incorporated in the myocardial region. The numerical computation of the finite element bidomain ...


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Highly sensitive nano-photonic embedded sensor

Roxana-Mariana Beiu; Constantin D. Stanescu; Valeriu C. Beiu 2007 7th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology (IEEE NANO), 2007

This paper will detail a novel enabling fiber optic sensor based on the use of a photonic crystal structure embedded in the core of a fiber. We will start by briefly introducing photonic crystals (PCs) and reviewing fiber optics (FOs) used as sensors for mechanical deformations. We will then show that embedding PC structures into standard monomode FOs allows for ...


Soliton mode-locked fiber laser using a modulator-based saturable absorber

Ruixin Wang; Yitang Dai; Ziping Zhang; Hao Chen; Haijie Yu; Feifei Yin; Kun Xu; Jianqiang Li; Jintong Lin 2014 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) - Laser Science to Photonic Applications, 2014

We demonstrate a novel saturable absorber based on a dual-drive modulator with a feed-forward path for soliton pulse shaping. The fundamentally mode-locked laser produces 16.7-MHz repetition rate pulse train with 1.4-ps pulse width.


Common transmit/receive module for multiwavelength optically controlled phased array antennas

D. T. K. Tong; M. C. Wu Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, 1998. OFC '98., Technical Digest, 1998

Summary form only given. The advance of wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) photonic technologies has made an impact on recent development of broadband optically controlled phased array antennas. For example, we have previously reported a multiwavelength optically controlled phased array antenna (MWOCPAA) transmitter. In this paper, we extend the multiwavelength concept to the MWOCPAA common transmit/receive (T/R) module. The receive mode in ...


Error-free optical 156-Mbit/s millimeter-wave wireless transport through 60-GHz external modulation

K. Kitayama; T. Kuri; Y. Ogawa Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, 1998. OFC '98., Technical Digest, 1998

Summary form only given. Millimeter (mm)-wave wireless systems will provide a versatile final drop for future broadband FTTX networks. The mm-wave EO conversion using the external modulation of laser light is promising due to the high spectral purity directly inherited from low noise light sources as well as its simplicity compared to optical heterodyning techniques. However, the highest radio frequency ...


Membrane polarization induced in the myocardium by defibrillation fields: an idealized 3-D finite element bidomain/monodomain torso model

Qiuju Huang; J. C. Eason; F. J. Claydon IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 1999

This study develops a three-dimensional finite element torso model with bidomain myocardium to simulate the transmembrane potential (TMP) of the heart induced by defibrillation fields. The inhomogeneities of the torso are modeled as eccentric spherical volumes with both the curvature and the rotation features of cardiac fibers incorporated in the myocardial region. The numerical computation of the finite element bidomain ...


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  • Optical Fiber

    This chapter contains sections titled: Optical Fiber - The Expanding Medium ViewPoint: Bringing Fiber to the Home Fiber Optic Backbone Boosts Local-Area Networks

  • Appendix E: Theory for General Reflectors

    The phenomenal growth in Internet traffic has lead to a huge increase in demand for data transmission capacity on a worldwide level. As a result, wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology emerged, which makes it possible to transmit a large number of optical channels on a single optical fiber. An equally significant development occurred in optical networks, where switching and routing of signals takes place in the optical domain. This technology places special demands on the optical sources (lasers) used in the system. This text offers a description of the optical sources (equipment and devices) designed to meet these demands. Sources for DWDM Systems is intended for the engineers and graduate students working on optical networks. There is currently a nearly explosive interest in optical networks and the components required for such networks, but there is presently no single work which covers the variety of optical sources which may be used. This book will cover a particular component, tunable lasers, which is the next "big thing" in DWDM. The primary market are engineers developing tuneable lasers for optical networks, as well as graduate students enrolled in the optical engineering curriculum, especially: optical communication, semiconductor lasers, optical networks, and/or components for optical networks.

  • Appendix F: Codirectional Coupling

    The phenomenal growth in Internet traffic has lead to a huge increase in demand for data transmission capacity on a worldwide level. As a result, wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology emerged, which makes it possible to transmit a large number of optical channels on a single optical fiber. An equally significant development occurred in optical networks, where switching and routing of signals takes place in the optical domain. This technology places special demands on the optical sources (lasers) used in the system. This text offers a description of the optical sources (equipment and devices) designed to meet these demands. Sources for DWDM Systems is intended for the engineers and graduate students working on optical networks. There is currently a nearly explosive interest in optical networks and the components required for such networks, but there is presently no single work which covers the variety of optical sources which may be used. This book will cover a particular component, tunable lasers, which is the next "big thing" in DWDM. The primary market are engineers developing tuneable lasers for optical networks, as well as graduate students enrolled in the optical engineering curriculum, especially: optical communication, semiconductor lasers, optical networks, and/or components for optical networks.

  • Optical Fiber Sensors

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Extrinsic Fiber Optic Sensors Intrinsic Fiber Optic Sensors

  • List of Symbols

    The phenomenal growth in Internet traffic has lead to a huge increase in demand for data transmission capacity on a worldwide level. As a result, wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology emerged, which makes it possible to transmit a large number of optical channels on a single optical fiber. An equally significant development occurred in optical networks, where switching and routing of signals takes place in the optical domain. This technology places special demands on the optical sources (lasers) used in the system. This text offers a description of the optical sources (equipment and devices) designed to meet these demands. Sources for DWDM Systems is intended for the engineers and graduate students working on optical networks. There is currently a nearly explosive interest in optical networks and the components required for such networks, but there is presently no single work which covers the variety of optical sources which may be used. This book will cover a particular component, tunable lasers, which is the next "big thing" in DWDM. The primary market are engineers developing tuneable lasers for optical networks, as well as graduate students enrolled in the optical engineering curriculum, especially: optical communication, semiconductor lasers, optical networks, and/or components for optical networks.

  • Terrestrial and Underwater Optical Fiber Cables

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Historical Perspective Optical Fiber Characteristics Introduction to Fiber-Optic Cables Introduction to Undersea Fiber-Optic Communication Systems Concluding Remarks This chapter contains sections titled: References

  • A Monolithic 480 Mb/s Parallel AGC/Decision/ClockRecovery Circuit in 1.2m CMOS

    A parallel architecture for high-data-rate AGC/decision/clock-recovery circuit, recovering digital NRZ data in optical-fiber receivers, is described. Improvement over traditional architecture in throughput is achieved through the use of parallel signal paths. An experimental prototype, fabricated in a 1.2-µm double-poly double-metal n-well CMOS process, achieves a maximum bit rate of 480 Mb/s. The chip contains variable gain amplifiers, clock recovery, and demultiplexing circuits. It yields a HER of 10- 11 with an 18 mV p-p differential input signal. The power consumption is 900 mW from a single 5 V supply.

  • List of Acronyms

    The phenomenal growth in Internet traffic has lead to a huge increase in demand for data transmission capacity on a worldwide level. As a result, wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) technology emerged, which makes it possible to transmit a large number of optical channels on a single optical fiber. An equally significant development occurred in optical networks, where switching and routing of signals takes place in the optical domain. This technology places special demands on the optical sources (lasers) used in the system. This text offers a description of the optical sources (equipment and devices) designed to meet these demands. Sources for DWDM Systems is intended for the engineers and graduate students working on optical networks. There is currently a nearly explosive interest in optical networks and the components required for such networks, but there is presently no single work which covers the variety of optical sources which may be used. This book will cover a particular component, tunable lasers, which is the next "big thing" in DWDM. The primary market are engineers developing tuneable lasers for optical networks, as well as graduate students enrolled in the optical engineering curriculum, especially: optical communication, semiconductor lasers, optical networks, and/or components for optical networks.

  • B: Personnel and Equipment Safety Considerations

    This appendix contains sections titled: General Safety Guidelines Equipment Protection Equipment Considerations Personnel Protective Equipment Accident Prevention Signs Tower Climbing Hand Tools Electrical Powered Tools Soldering Irons Ladders Hoisting or Moving Equipment Batteries Laser Safety Guidelines Safe Use of Lasers and LED in Optical Fiber Communication Systems Optical Fiber Communication System (OFCS) Service Groups (SGs) Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Maximum Permissible Microwave Radio RF Exposure Protect Other Radio Users [FCC] PAUSE (Prevent all Unplanned Service Events) and Ask Yourself (Verizon and AT&T Operations) Protect Yourself (Bell System Operations) Parting Comment

  • Optical Fiber

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Graham Bell's Experiment Optical Fiber Why Glass Fibers? Fiber Optic Bundle Numerical Aperture of the Fiber Multimode and Single-Mode Fibers Step- and Graded-Index Multimode Fibers Splice Loss Due to Transverse Misalignment in a Single-Mode Fiber Fabrication of Optical Fibers Nanofibers Plastic Optical Fibers Free-Space Optics Fiber Optic Cables



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IEEE Recommended Practice for the Electrical Protection of Optical Fiber Communication Facilities Serving, or Connected to, Electrical Supply Locations

This Recommended Practice presents engineering design procedures for the electrical protection of optical fiber communication facilities serving, or connected to, electric supply locations. Other telecommunication alternatives, such as radio and cable with metallic members are excluded from this document.


IEEE Standard for N Times 64 Kilobit Per Second Optical Fiber Interfaces Between Teleprotection and Multiplexer Equipment

This standard describes the interconnection details for N times 64 kilobit per second connections of teleprotection equipment to digital multiplexers using optical fiber. Requirements for both physical connection and the communications timing are also included.