- Author:Chin-Lin Chen
- Publisher:Wiley-Interscience; 1 edition (November 10, 2006)
- Pages:480 pages
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A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics.
A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics. This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiber optics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists with a solid foundation of the principles, capabilities, uses, and limitations of guided-wave optic devices and systems.
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Автор: Chen, Chin-lin Название: Foundations for guided wave optics Издательство: Wiley .
Foundations for Guided-Wave Optics. Download Product Flyer. The material is fully classroom-tested and carefully structured to help readers grasp concepts quickly and apply their knowledge to solving problems. Following an overview, including important nomenclature and notations, the text investigates three major topics: Integrated optics. Pulse evolution and broadening in optical waveguides.
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The optical effects of atmospheric turbulence can strongly affect the performance of beam control systems involving long distance propagation through the atmosphere. A wave can be thought of as a set of rays, and geometric considerations may allow us to restrict our attention to a smaller subset of that set.
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Foundations for Guided-Wave Optics (Repost). Date: 31 Aug 2018 07:17:51. The material is fully classroom-tested and carefully structuredto help readers grasp concepts quickly and apply their knowledge tosolving problems.
This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiberoptics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists witha solid foundation of the principles, capabilities, uses, andlimitations of guided-wave optic devices and systems. In additionto the transmission properties of dielectric waveguides and opticalfibers, this book covers the principles of directional couplers,guided-wave gratings, arrayed-waveguide gratings, and fiber opticpolarization components.
The material is fully classroom-tested and carefully structuredto help readers grasp concepts quickly and apply their knowledge tosolving problems. Following an overview, including importantnomenclature and notations, the text investigates three majortopics:Integrated opticsFiber opticsPulse evolution and broadening in optical waveguides
Each chapter starts with basic principles and gradually buildsto more advanced concepts and applications. Compelling reasons forincluding each topic are given, detailed explanations of eachconcept are provided, and steps for each derivation are carefullyset forth. Readers learn how to solve complex problems usingphysical concepts and simplified mathematics.
Illustrations throughout the text aid in understanding keyconcepts, while problems at the end of each chapter test thereaders' grasp of the material.
The author has designed the text for upper-level undergraduates,graduate students in physics and electrical and computerengineering, and scientists. Each chapter is self-contained,enabling instructors to choose a subset of topics to match theirparticular course needs. Researchers and practitioners can also usethe text as a self-study guide to gain a better understanding ofphotonic and fiber optic devices and systems.