Applications of Photonic Technology 2

Communications, Sensing, Materials, and Signal Processing

  • George A. Lampropoulos
  • Roger A. Lessard

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Photonic Engineering and Business

    1. Maarten Kuijk, Kamel Ayadi, Roger Vounckx, Gustaaf Borghs, Gerhard Bickel, Paul Heremans
      Pages 1-6
  3. Optical Materials, Lasers and Applied Optics

    1. Materials

      1. J. N. McMullin, D. W. Boertjes, M. Krishnaswamy, B. P. Keyworth
        Pages 23-28
      2. Gary Galstian, Tigran Galstyan
        Pages 29-32
      3. R. A. Rupp, B. Sugg, S. L. Gnatchenko
        Pages 33-34
      4. S. Fernández Fernández, J. Rodríguez García, S. L. Palacios Díaz, R. Díaz Crespo, J. M. Fernández Díaz, A. Guinea Rueda
        Pages 35-40
      5. D. X. Lu, E. M. W. Wong, E. Y. B. Pun, P. S. Chung, G. C. Jia
        Pages 51-54
    2. Lasers

      1. Michel Piché, Jean-François Cormier, Allaoua Belahlou, Isabelle Richard, Xiaonong Zhu, Simon Deblois
        Pages 61-68
      2. Ryoji Ohba, Sasono Rahardjo, Seiichi Kakuma, Norihiko Takahashi, Toshiyuki Suzuki, Takushi Tanaka et al.
        Pages 69-74
      3. Jianyao Chen, Alain Champagne, Roman Maciejko, Toshihiko Makino
        Pages 75-80
      4. Jean François Cliche, Michel Têtu, Christine Latrasse, Claude Gamache, Normand Cyr, Bernard Villeneuve
        Pages 81-86
      5. Reza Massudi, Jean-François Lepage, Geneviève Anctil, Sébastien Gilbert, Damien Stryckman, Nathalie McCarthy et al.
        Pages 87-92
      6. Véronique François, Gregory W. Schinn, Serguei Tchouragoulov, Marc Levesque
        Pages 93-98
      7. T. I. Yuk, Y. M. Ma, S. F. Yu, J. C. Palais
        Pages 99-104
    3. Applied Optics

      1. François Séguin, Eric S. Johnstone, Franz Blaha
        Pages 105-111
      2. Yunlong Sheng, Dazeng Feng, François Galmiche, Peter Kung
        Pages 119-124
      3. G. R. Flynn, L. Malley, C. R. Schwarze, D. A. Pommet, M. A. Fiddy
        Pages 125-129
      4. Rainer Buhleier, Jean Louis Iehl, Jacques Henri Collet, Véronique Bardinal, Chantal Fontaine, Martin Hübner et al.
        Pages 139-144
      5. Miguel Ángel Partida Tapia, Francisco Flavio Córdova Quiróz, Eduardo Rodriguez Escobar, Oscar Camacho Nietro, Adriano D’Luca, Jose G. Delgado Frias
        Pages 149-155
  4. Optical Communications

    1. M. S. Park, T. W. Yoo, J. H. Han, T. Y. Yun, B. S. Kwark, J. H. Song et al.
      Pages 179-182
    2. B. Wacogne, H. Porte, P. Mollier, D. A. Jackson
      Pages 183-188
    3. Laurent Fesquet, Jacques Henri Collet
      Pages 189-194
    4. Lawrence Chen, Seldon D. Benjamin, Peter W. E. Smith, John E. Sipe, Salim Juma
      Pages 195-200
    5. Shi Zan, Li Qing, Ye Peida
      Pages 201-203
    6. Andrea Borella, Franco Chiaraluce
      Pages 217-222
    7. Eli Simova, Ming Tai, Mohsen Kavehrad
      Pages 223-228
    8. Yu Jinlong, Ma Xiaohong, Dai Jufeng, Dong Xiaoyi, Yang Enze
      Pages 255-261
  5. Photonic Devices

About this book


This book presents a current review ofphotonic technologies and their applications. The papers published in this book are extended versions of the papers presented at the Inter­ national Conference on Applications ofPhotonic Technology (ICAPT'96) held in Montreal, Canada, on July 29 to August 1, 1996. The theme of this event was "Closing the Gap Between Theory, Developments and Applications. " The term photonics covers both optics and optical engineering areas of growing sci­ entific and commercial importance throughout the world. It is estimated that photonic tech­ nology-related applications to increase exponentially over the next few years and will play a significant role in the global economy by reaching a quarter of a trillion of US dollars by the year 2000. The global interest and advancements of this technology are represented in this book, where leading scientists of twenty-two countries with advanced technology in photon­ ics present their latest results. The papers selected herein are grouped to address six distinct areas ofphotonic tech­ nology. The reader will find throughout the book a combination of invited and contributed papers which reflect the state of the art today and provide some insight about the future of this technology. The first two papers are invited. They discuss business aspects ofphotonic engineer­ ing. One examines if chip-to-chip interconnections by means of optical technology are a good economic choice, while the other discusses the photonic technology from entre­ preneurial viewpoint. Papers related to materials and considered for photonic applications, e. g.


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Editors and affiliations

  • George A. Lampropoulos
    • 1
  • Roger A. Lessard
    • 2
  1. 1.A.U.G. Signals Ltd.TorontoCanada
  2. 2.Université LavalQuebec CityCanada

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