This report discusses the use of the use of polymers instead of and in conjunction with, traditional platforms such as indium phosphide and ferroelectric ceramic lithium niobate. Critical comparisons are made between use of polymers and alternative. This review report gives an overview of all the elements of optical transmission and switching systems that are used in telecommunications and is a fully interdisciplinary account of materials and device design issues. An additional indexed section containing several hundred abstracts from the Rapra Polymer Library database gives useful references for further reading.802 762 Item 196 ACS Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering. Fall Meeting 2000. Volume ... properties, is described. Attention has been focused on monomers with an attached group, i.e. the - AsO(OH)2 group. New organic molecules ... To overcome these problems, a new device design is proposed that is much shorter, does not use a directional coupler for splitting light, and the input and output ports are located on perpendicular faces of the sample. 9 refs. USA Accessionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Polymers in Telecommunication Devices|
|Author||:||G. H. Cross|
|Publisher||:||iSmithers Rapra Publishing - 2002-01-01|