4 edition of Introduction to integrated optics. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edited by Michael K. Barnoski.|
|Contributions||Barnoski, Michael K., 1940- ed.|
|LC Classifications||TA1660 .I57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 515 p.|
|Number of Pages||515|
|LC Control Number||74005444|
The first half of the volume covers the wave equation and propagation, refractive and reflective micro-optics, diffractive and tunable micro-optics and integrated free space optics. The second part of the book is devoted to integrated optical waveguide structures, an introduction to plasmonics, and structures. 8 CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Figure Experimental setup for measureing an interferometric autocorre lation. A copy of the pulse is generated and interferometrically delayed with respect to the original pulse. The superposition of the two pulses undergo second harmonic generation in a crystal and the second harmonic light is Size: KB.
This book provides an introduction to the eld of optics from a physics perspective. It focuses primarily on the wave and ray descriptions of light, but also includes a brief intro-duction to the quantum description of light. Topics covered include re ection and trans-. The book presents a general introduction to sensor systems and fiber optics and includes chapters on the basic concepts of optical fiber sensors, essential optics, optical detectors and receivers, optical sources, materials interactions in optical fiber sensors, fiber optic components, optical fibers for sensors, and integrated optics for sensors. Special attention is given to the Cited by: 1.
Nonlinear Optics. Rapid development of optoelectronic devices and laser techniques poses an important task of creating and studying, from one side, the structures capable of effectively converting, modulating, and recording optical data in a wide range of radiation energy densities and frequencies, from another side, the new schemes and approaches capable to activate and . This book covers the technology of switching or modulating light in semiconductor optical waveguides. Currently a key function for optical communications systems is the conversion of data from an electrical signal to an optical signal for transmission in very low loss optical fibres and the converse process of optical to electrical conversion the O/E/O data conversion.
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All the fundamental concepts and principles of guided wave optics are developed from Maxwell's equations. The primary intent of this book is to pro vide the students with a written version of the lecture material.
The text treats a large variety of the basic structures and analysis techniques currently being employed in the rapidly growing area of technology termed "Integrated Optics.". Integrated Optics: Theory and Technology explains the subject of optoelectronic devices and their use in integrated optics and fiber optic text emphasizes the physics of how devices work and how they can be used in various applications.
Praise for Hunsperger's, Intergrated Optics "The text is comprehensive enough for an introductory course in integrated optics, yet concise Introduction to integrated optics. book to be easily readable by the practicing engineer. Well-organized, with references and an index, the book is suitable for use as a classroom text or a specialist's reference." "This book is a success.
Cited by: CHAPTER 6 INTEGRATED OPTICS Thomas L. Koch AT&T Bell Laboratories Holmdel, New Jersey F. 2 INTRODUCTION The ﬁeld of integrated optics is concerned with the theory, fabrication and applications of Central to integrated optics is the concept of guiding light in dielectric waveguideFile Size: 3MB.
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Get this from a library. Introduction to semiconductor integrated optics. [Hans P Zappe] -- Bridging the disciplines of integrated optics and semiconductors, this work provides an introduction to both at a fundamental level.
It also provides detailed derivations and analysis of key. Finally, there is a survey of integration and hybridization, plus the development of photonic integrated circuits. With its clear explanations and design examples, the book provides both experienced and budding engineers with the information necessary to design both the structure and fabrication process of a semiconductor integrated optical by: Integrated Optics: Theory and Technology, Edition 6 - Ebook written by Robert G.
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As a book for students of laser material processing it is a useful reference book; for students involved with LCVD it must be something akin to that which a Bible is for a monk. This book by Zappe is yet another to add to the list, this time with the nominal emphasis on integrated optics.
However. INTEGRATED OPTICS. Introduction and Definitions. Integrated Optics (IO) is the assembly of a combination of optical components to perform some function normally accomplished by several discrete elements.
The components may include various sources of light such as a laser or a light emitting diode and devices for the processing and. This PDF contains the section with book reviews including: "Introduction to Semiconductor Integrated Optics.
By Hans P. Zappe"Cited by: This incisive text provides a basic undergraduate-level course in modern optics for students in physics, technology and engineering. The first half of the book deals with classical physical optics; the second principally with the quantum nature of light.
Chapters 1 and 2 treat the propagation of light waves, including the concepts of phase and group velocities, and the 3/5(5). The book may be used as a first introduction to integrated optics, with only basic electrodynamics as prerequisite.
It would fit well as lecture material in a short introduction course, as additional material in an extensive electrodynamics course, or as fundamental background material in a more applied course.
S.I. Najafi, Introduction to Glass Integrated Optics, Artech House, Boston (). special issue on Integrated Optics. Integrated Optical Circuits and Components: Design and Application. Integrated optics: Theory and technology In the Introduction of this book, the author makes a very.
capable of optical modulation and switching in an integrated waveguide, is proposed. Author: Jim Farina. Praise for Hunsperger's, Intergrated Optics "The text is comprehensive enough for an introductory course in integrated optics, yet concise enough to be easily readable by the practicing engineer.
Well-organized, with references and an index, the book is suitable for use as a classroom text or a specialist's reference." "This book is a success. Brand: Springer-Verlag New York. An Introduction to Integrated Optics HERWIG KOGELNIK,’ FELLOW, IEEE Absfract—An introduction is given to the principles of integrated optics and optical guided-wave devices.
The characteristics of di-electric waveguides are summarized and methods fortheir fabrica-tion are described. An illustration is given of recent work on devices. Optics and Photonics: An Introduction, Second Edition thus provides a complete undergraduate course on optics in a single integrated text, and is an essential resource for all undergraduate physics, science and engineering students taking a variety of optics based courses.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in .Introduction to Information Optics A volume in Optics and Photonics. Book • intrinsic distributed fiber-optic sensors may become more and more important for real-time network monitoring and integrated optical circuits inspection.
While there are books treating individual topics contained in this book, this will be the first.