By Siegfried Janz, Jiri Ctyroky, Stoyan Tanev
The contributions to this e-book represent a very good checklist of many key matters and clinical difficulties in planar lightwave circuit learn. There are specified overviews of experimental and theoretical paintings in excessive index distinction waveguide structures, micro-optical resonators, nonlinear optics, and complicated optical simulation equipment, in addition to articles describing rising functions of built-in optics for clinical and organic purposes.
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Frontiers in Planar Lightwave Circuit Technology: Design, Simulation, and Fabrication (NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) by Siegfried Janz, Jiri Ctyroky, Stoyan Tanev