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The history of optical recording can be divided into a few number of distinct major contributions. (Wikipedia.org)






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2013 IEEE 12th International Conference on Laser and Fiber-Optical Networks Modeling (LFNM)

LFNM is an oldest Optoelectronics and Laser conference in Ukraine which official language is English. The conference will cover wide frontiers in laser physics, new materials, nonlinear optics and optical communications. Its characteristic feature is a stronger emphasis on the mathematical, physical and simulation aspects of the researches, together with analysis of the application problems. The technical program traditionally consists of invited lectures and regular contributed papers (oral and poster sessions). The previous conferences were successfully held in since 1999 in different cities of Ukraine. Information on the previous international meetings on optoelectronics and lasers can be found in IEEE Photonics Society Newsletter (formerly IEEE/LEOS Newsletters): 4-1999, 4-2000, 4-2001, 3- 2004 2-2006, 2-2009, 4-2010, 4-2011 etc.


2011 Joint International Symposium on Optical Memory & Optical Data Storage (ISOM/ODS)

The Joint International Symposium on Optical Memory and Optical Data Storage 2011 (ISOM/ODS 2011) Reflects the international nature of the interest and work in optical data storage, these two conferences are held jointly every third year. The unparalleled setting of this conference provides an outstanding opportunity to share the latest information in this dynamic field with your international colleagues.

  • 2009 Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting - ODS

    The ODS topical meeting provides an excellent forum for exchanging information on the status, advances, and future directions in the field of optical data storage. Third generation high density recording systems using blue-violet lasers have been introduced to the commercial market. Technology for fourth generation products - holographic, volumetric, near field, super resolution and hybrids - will be a main focus at ODS 2008. Hot new concepts such as small form factor optical disc, optical card devic



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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.


Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on

Science and technology related to the basic physics and engineering of magnetism, magnetic materials, applied magnetics, magnetic devices, and magnetic data storage. The Transactions publishes scholarly articles of archival value as well as tutorial expositions and critical reviews of classical subjects and topics of current interest.


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.


Signal Processing Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Signal Processing Magazine is ranked as the number three most-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 publication features tutorial style papers on signal processing research and applications. The primary means of communication of the society leadership ...



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An 11 Gbit/s, 151 km transmission experiment employing a 1480 nm pumped erbium-doped in-line fiber amplifier

M. Z. Iqbal; J. L. Gimlett; M. M. Choy; A. Yi-Yan; M. J. Andrejco; L. Curtis; M. A. Saifi; C. Lin; N. K. Cheung IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 1989

By using an in-line erbium-doped fiber amplifier with a net gain of 20.5 dB, it was possible to transmit an 11 Gb/s NRZ signal over 151 km of dispersion- shifted fiber. The bit rate distance product of 1.66 Tb/s-km obtained for a single-laser link with optical amplifiers experiment is a substantial improvement over the previous record of 1.03 Tb/s-km. The ...


Coherent optical data processing

L. Cutrona; E. Leith; L. Porcello IRE Transactions on Automatic Control, 1959

Coherent optical systems, which utilize the wave nature of light and the consequent diffraction phenomena, may often be used to supplement or even replace complex electronic equipment. Such systems are particularly adapted to the performance of certain linear mathematical operations, particularly those of an integral transform nature such as spectral analysis, convolution, auto- and cross-correlation, and matched filtering. The two-dimensional ...


High density phase-change recording beyond 2.6 GByte

H. J. Borg; J. P. W. B. Duchateau 1997 Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting ODS Conference Digest, 1997

Summary form only given. We present recent progress in phase-change optical recording at 670 nm wavelength. Materials science aspects and recording technology will be discussed.


A tracking laser-ranging system

M. Shimizu; Y. Ueno IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1973

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Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation

Proceedings of the IRE, 1952

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An 11 Gbit/s, 151 km transmission experiment employing a 1480 nm pumped erbium-doped in-line fiber amplifier

M. Z. Iqbal; J. L. Gimlett; M. M. Choy; A. Yi-Yan; M. J. Andrejco; L. Curtis; M. A. Saifi; C. Lin; N. K. Cheung IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 1989

By using an in-line erbium-doped fiber amplifier with a net gain of 20.5 dB, it was possible to transmit an 11 Gb/s NRZ signal over 151 km of dispersion- shifted fiber. The bit rate distance product of 1.66 Tb/s-km obtained for a single-laser link with optical amplifiers experiment is a substantial improvement over the previous record of 1.03 Tb/s-km. The ...


Coherent optical data processing

L. Cutrona; E. Leith; L. Porcello IRE Transactions on Automatic Control, 1959

Coherent optical systems, which utilize the wave nature of light and the consequent diffraction phenomena, may often be used to supplement or even replace complex electronic equipment. Such systems are particularly adapted to the performance of certain linear mathematical operations, particularly those of an integral transform nature such as spectral analysis, convolution, auto- and cross-correlation, and matched filtering. The two-dimensional ...


High density phase-change recording beyond 2.6 GByte

H. J. Borg; J. P. W. B. Duchateau 1997 Optical Data Storage Topical Meeting ODS Conference Digest, 1997

Summary form only given. We present recent progress in phase-change optical recording at 670 nm wavelength. Materials science aspects and recording technology will be discussed.


A tracking laser-ranging system

M. Shimizu; Y. Ueno IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1973

First Page of the Article ![](/xploreAssets/images/absImages/01077713.png)


Professional Group on Antennas and Propagation

Proceedings of the IRE, 1952

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  • Magnetically Induced Superresolution

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Limit of Conventional Detection Outline of Magnetically Induced Superresolution Principle of MSR Disk Characteristics Optical Transfer function of Superresolution Data Recording and Jitter Analysis Other Superresolution Disks References

  • Intermetallic Compounds and Ferrites

    This chapter contains sections titled: MnBi References PtMnSb Heusler Alloy References Non-Garnet Ferrites for Magneto-Optical Recording Media References The Europium Chalcogenides References

  • Index

    "As digital data storage technology undergoes enormous change, electrical engineers, physicists, and materials scientists need to keep pace with the materials requirements for recording media. Expert contributors -- together with world-class authorities Richard J. Gambino and Takao Suzuki -- bring you a practical, comprehensive guide to materials design and selection for magneto-optical storage media. This authoritative book explores multilayered thin films, exchanged coupled layers, materials used in current products, and materials of potential interest not yet available in practical applications. A detailed analysis concerning the physics of magneto-optical recording will help you make informed decisions about materials properties. You will also find an extensive discussion of systems and engineering design features for magneto-optical storage devices. This discussion will help you to understand how materials properties impact system performance. You will gain additional insight into this fast-developing field through in-depth coverage of these featured topics: * Rare earth-transition metal amorphous alloys, multilayers, garnets, intermetallic compounds, and ferrites * Basic principles of domain dynamics and recording physics * Latest developments in exchange coupled layers, direct overwrite, and magnetic superresolution * Minidisc, future high-density systems, and DVD format. MAGNETO-OPTICAL RECORDING MATERIALS is essential reading for anyone who needs to keep up-to-date with the latest advances in digital data storage technology."

  • New Mo Recording Media Based on PT/CO and PD/CO Multilayers and PTCO Alloys

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Pt/Co and Pd/Co Multilayers: General Properties Influence of Preparation Method and Growth Conditions on Magnetic and Structural Properties of Multilayers Mo Recording Properties Pt-Co Alloys References

  • MagnetoOptical Recording Systems

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Current Products MiniDisc Future Prospects References

  • Introduction

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Rewritable Optical Recording Media Recordable Write-Once Media References

  • Domain Dynamics and Recording Physics in MagnetoOptical Recording Media

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction: The Scope of Recording Physics Recording-Relevant Parameters of MO Media Magnetic Reversal Processes and Coercive Effects in Single and Exchange Coupled Layers Thermomagnetic Write Process Domain Instability and Single-Layer Direct Overwrite Signal and Noise, Domain Irregularities Summary and Conclusions Appendix References

  • About the Editors

    "As digital data storage technology undergoes enormous change, electrical engineers, physicists, and materials scientists need to keep pace with the materials requirements for recording media. Expert contributors -- together with world-class authorities Richard J. Gambino and Takao Suzuki -- bring you a practical, comprehensive guide to materials design and selection for magneto-optical storage media. This authoritative book explores multilayered thin films, exchanged coupled layers, materials used in current products, and materials of potential interest not yet available in practical applications. A detailed analysis concerning the physics of magneto-optical recording will help you make informed decisions about materials properties. You will also find an extensive discussion of systems and engineering design features for magneto-optical storage devices. This discussion will help you to understand how materials properties impact system performance. You will gain additional insight into this fast-developing field through in-depth coverage of these featured topics: * Rare earth-transition metal amorphous alloys, multilayers, garnets, intermetallic compounds, and ferrites * Basic principles of domain dynamics and recording physics * Latest developments in exchange coupled layers, direct overwrite, and magnetic superresolution * Minidisc, future high-density systems, and DVD format. MAGNETO-OPTICAL RECORDING MATERIALS is essential reading for anyone who needs to keep up-to-date with the latest advances in digital data storage technology."

  • Light Intensity Modulation Direct Overwrite

    This chapter contains sections titled: General Introduction Light Modulation Direct overwrite on Exchange-Coupled Multilayered MO Disk High-Density Recording on a LIM-DOW Disk References

  • Garnet Media

    This chapter contains sections titled: Garnet References



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