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2010 10th Russian-Chinese Symposium on Laser Physics and Laser Technologies (RCSLPLT) & 2010 Academic Symposium on Optoelectronics Technology (ASOT)

1. laser physics 2. laser technology and application 3. table to X-Ray laser,EUV source 4. slow light technology and application 5. nonlinear optics 6. semiconductor devices and integrated circuits 7. MEMS and Nano-Technology


2008 International Conference on Electronic Design (ICED 2008)

VLSI, Hardware & Architecture, Control System, Embedded Systems, Robotic, Wireless Sensor Network, AI, Information Security



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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 ...


Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on

All aspects of the theory and applications of nuclear science and engineering, including instrumentation for the detection and measurement of ionizing radiation; particle accelerators and their controls; nuclear medicine and its application; effects of radiation on materials, components, and systems; reactor instrumentation and controls; and measurement of radiation in space.


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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Dual-core photonic Crystal fiber for dispersion compensation

Yi Ni; Lei Zhang; Liang An; Jiangde Peng; Chongcheng Fan IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2004

A novel design of dual-core photonic crystal fiber (DCPCF) consisting of pure silica and air is proposed in this letter. In addition to potential low loss, simulation shows that dispersion of this DCPCF can reach -18 000 ps/(nm*km).


Thermal characteristics of jacketed optical fibers with initial imperfection

Y. Mitsunaga; Y. Katsuyama; Y. Ishida Journal of Lightwave Technology, 1984

Thermal characteristics of optical loss and fiber strain in jacketed single- mode optical fibers with initial fiber axis deformation have been examined theoretically and experimentally. Fiber axis deformation due to temperature change is theoretically analyzed by applying buckling theory for a bar on an elastic foundation. Optical loss increase and fiber strain are measured for two kinds of fibers which ...


The two fiber mechanical splice of low loss for optical fiber cable

M. Miyazaki; M. Mizutani; H. Shimoyama; M. Kurokawa; Y. Okawa IEEE Transactions on Components, Hybrids, and Manufacturing Technology, 1990

To meet the needs of new fiber-optic systems, it was necessary to develop a mechanical splice that would work with a short length of fiber and a cable structure that allows easy fiber access after the sheath has been removed. The authors discuss the concept of the new mechanical splice and the tool developed to perform splicing. The two-fiber mechanical ...


Ultra low loss and long length photonic crystal fiber

K. Tajima; J. Zhou; K. Nakajima; K. Sato Optical Fiber Communications Conference, 2003. OFC 2003, 2003

We have succeeded in fabricating a low-loss (0.37dB/km at 1550nm) and long length (10km) photonic crystal fiber by improvement of fabrication process. Using this fiber, we performed the first DWDM transmission experiment. DWDM signal of 8×l0Gbit/s is successfully transmitted through the PCF.


Use of fingers in the core to reduce leakage loss in air-core photonic bandgap fibers

Jonathan Hu; Curtis R. Menyuk Optical Fiber Communication and the National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference, 2007. OFC/NFOEC 2007. Conference on, 2007

We show that the leakage loss with small fingers pointing into the core is three orders of magnitude lower than the loss without small fingers. A PBGF core design with low leakage loss is suggested.


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Dual-core photonic Crystal fiber for dispersion compensation

Yi Ni; Lei Zhang; Liang An; Jiangde Peng; Chongcheng Fan IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 2004

A novel design of dual-core photonic crystal fiber (DCPCF) consisting of pure silica and air is proposed in this letter. In addition to potential low loss, simulation shows that dispersion of this DCPCF can reach -18 000 ps/(nm*km).


Thermal characteristics of jacketed optical fibers with initial imperfection

Y. Mitsunaga; Y. Katsuyama; Y. Ishida Journal of Lightwave Technology, 1984

Thermal characteristics of optical loss and fiber strain in jacketed single- mode optical fibers with initial fiber axis deformation have been examined theoretically and experimentally. Fiber axis deformation due to temperature change is theoretically analyzed by applying buckling theory for a bar on an elastic foundation. Optical loss increase and fiber strain are measured for two kinds of fibers which ...


The two fiber mechanical splice of low loss for optical fiber cable

M. Miyazaki; M. Mizutani; H. Shimoyama; M. Kurokawa; Y. Okawa IEEE Transactions on Components, Hybrids, and Manufacturing Technology, 1990

To meet the needs of new fiber-optic systems, it was necessary to develop a mechanical splice that would work with a short length of fiber and a cable structure that allows easy fiber access after the sheath has been removed. The authors discuss the concept of the new mechanical splice and the tool developed to perform splicing. The two-fiber mechanical ...


Ultra low loss and long length photonic crystal fiber

K. Tajima; J. Zhou; K. Nakajima; K. Sato Optical Fiber Communications Conference, 2003. OFC 2003, 2003

We have succeeded in fabricating a low-loss (0.37dB/km at 1550nm) and long length (10km) photonic crystal fiber by improvement of fabrication process. Using this fiber, we performed the first DWDM transmission experiment. DWDM signal of 8×l0Gbit/s is successfully transmitted through the PCF.


Use of fingers in the core to reduce leakage loss in air-core photonic bandgap fibers

Jonathan Hu; Curtis R. Menyuk Optical Fiber Communication and the National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference, 2007. OFC/NFOEC 2007. Conference on, 2007

We show that the leakage loss with small fingers pointing into the core is three orders of magnitude lower than the loss without small fingers. A PBGF core design with low leakage loss is suggested.


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  • Engineering DWDM Systems

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction ITU-T Nominal Center Frequencies Channel Capacity, Width, and Spacing Channel Bit Rate and Modulation Wavelength Management Multichannel Frequency Stabilization Channel Performance Channel Dispersion Power Launched Optical Amplification Fiber Type as the Transmission Medium Optical Power Budget Types of Service Supported Aggregate Bandwidth Management Protocol Used to Transport Supported Services Protocol for Network Management Network Reliability Network and Service Protection and Survivability Strategies Network Scalability and Flexibility Wavelength Management Interoperability and Interdomain Compatibility Single-Mode Power Loss Calculations: An Example Channel Calculations in a Network: Three Examples

  • The Optical Waveguide: The Fiber

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Anatomy of a Fiber Cable Index of Refraction Profiles Fiber Modes Propagation of Light Critical Cone or Acceptance Cone Exit Cone Phase Velocity Group Velocity Modal Dispersion Reduction of Modal Dispersion Chromatic Dispersion Dispersion-Shifted and Dispersion-Flattened Fibers Chromatic Dispersion Limits: ITU-T Single-Mode Chromatic Dispersion Calculations Chromatic Dispersion Compensation Polarization Mode Dispersion Fiber Attenuation or Loss Fiber Spectrum Utilization Single-Mode Fiber Cutoff Wavelength Fiber Birefringence and Polarization Nonlinear Phenomena Spectral Broadening Self Phase Modulation Self-Modulation or Modulation Instability Impact of FWM on DWDM Transmission Systems Countermeasures to Reduce FWM Solitons Fiber Connectors Conclusion This chapter contains sections titled: Exercises

  • 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

  • Loss in Optical Fibers

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Decibel Unit The dBm Loss Mechanism in Optical Fibers Demonstration of Rayleigh Scattering in an Optical Fiber Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer

  • Optical Propagation

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction The Particle Nature of Light Classical Interference Quantum Interference Light Attributes Matter Propagation of Light Diffraction Polarization Paradoxes Material Dispersion Glass Fiber, an Optical Transmission Medium Dispersion Fiber Polarization-Dependent Loss Self-Phase Modulation Self-Modulation or Modulation Instability Effect of Pulse Broadening on Bit Error Rate Four-Wave Mixing The Decibel Unit References

  • Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing Networks: Principles and Applications

    The very broad bandwidth of low-loss optical transmission in a single-mode fiber and the recent improvements in single-frequency tunable lasers have stimulated significant advances in dense wavelength division multiplexed optical networks. This technology, including wavelength-sensitive optical switching and routing elements and passive optical elements, has made it possible to consider the use of wavelength as another dimension, in addition to time and space, in network and switch design. The independence of optical signals at different wavelengths makes this a natural choice for multiple- access networks, for applications which benefit from shared transmission media, and for networks in which very large throughputs are required. In this paper, we review recent progress on multiwavelength networks, some of the limitations which affect the performance of such networks, and present examples of several network and switch proposals based on these ideas. We also discuss the critical technologies that are essential to progress in this field.



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