Optical waveguiding and applied photonics : technological aspects, experimental issue approaches and measurements / Aimé Lay-Ekuakille

By: Lay-Ekuakille, AiméMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture notes in nanoscale science and technology ; v.10Copyright date: New York : Springer, 2013Edition: First EditionDescription: x, 152 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cmISBN: 9781461459583 (pbk.); 9781461459590 (ebook)Subject(s): Optoelectronics | Wave guides | Microwaves | Optical materials | Physics | EngineeringDDC classification: 621.381045 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only
Partial contents:
Introduction -- Optical theory and introduction to optoelectronics -- Small antennas, wireless system and small sensors -- Materials and innovative systems oriented to the implementation of research platforms involving devices and electronic systems -- Instrumentation for measurement procedures -- Electronic measurements and signal processing -- Noise.
Abstract: Optoelectronics--technology based on applications light such as micro/nano quantum electronics, photonic devices, laser for measurements and detection--has become an important field of research. Many applications and physical problems concerning optoelectronics are analyzed in Optical Waveguiding and Applied Photonics. The book is organized in order to explain how to implement innovative sensors starting from basic physical principles. Applications such as cavity resonance, filtering, tactile sensors, robotic sensor, oil spill detection, small antennas and experimental setups using lasers are analyzed. Innovative materials such as nanocomposites are characterized, designed, and applied in order to provide new ideas about detection principles. As with many electric circuitries, light applications and architectures suffer from noising due to physical and transmission connections. The book illustrates some examples for practical issues. The theory and the nanotechnology facilities provide important tools for researchers working with sensing applications.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction --
Optical theory and introduction to optoelectronics --
Small antennas, wireless system and small sensors --
Materials and innovative systems oriented to the implementation of research platforms involving devices and electronic systems --
Instrumentation for measurement procedures --
Electronic measurements and signal processing --
Noise.

Optoelectronics--technology based on applications light such as micro/nano quantum electronics, photonic devices, laser for measurements and detection--has become an important field of research. Many applications and physical problems concerning optoelectronics are analyzed in Optical Waveguiding and Applied Photonics. The book is organized in order to explain how to implement innovative sensors starting from basic physical principles. Applications such as cavity resonance, filtering, tactile sensors, robotic sensor, oil spill detection, small antennas and experimental setups using lasers are analyzed. Innovative materials such as nanocomposites are characterized, designed, and applied in order to provide new ideas about detection principles. As with many electric circuitries, light applications and architectures suffer from noising due to physical and transmission connections. The book illustrates some examples for practical issues. The theory and the nanotechnology facilities provide important tools for researchers working with sensing applications.

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