Newsletter | June 22, 2022

06.22.22 -- Space Engineering In The 2020s And Beyond | Bright Ideas

 
From The Editor
Featured Article
Spotlight On Telecommunications & Datacom
Challenges And Opportunities Of Space Engineering In The 2020s And Beyond
 

In this interview, Matt Welch, G&H’s chief engineer of fiber optic systems, shares his thoughts on the challenges of space engineering in the 2020s and highlights recent projects and developments that have shown the viability of new ways forward.

Flat Top, Ultra-Narrow Bandpass Optical Filters Using Plasma Deposited Hard Oxide Coatings
 

Alluxa’s new class of ultra-narrow filters are designed for applications such as laser cleanup, LiDAR, telecommunications, and instrumentation. They also offer the narrowest and “squarest” filter profiles in the visible and NIR, as well as transmission levels that approach 100%.

The Magic Word: Bandwidth
 

Since the beginning of digitization at the end of the 20th century, the development of networks has been dominated by one topic: bandwidth. Where once telephone, data, and moving images were transmitted across different paths, triple play has now become widely accepted.

Industry Insights
Application Of ND Filters In LCD And CRT Panels For Aviation
 

This article discusses how to improve the visibility of displays in the cockpit during daylight with neutral density (ND) filters.

How Glass Micro Bonding Enables A New Era Of Ultra-Reliable Wafer Level Chip Scale Packaging
 

Innovative glass micro bonding sealing technology is enabling unprecedented miniaturization and wireless signal transmission for medical implants, MEMS devices, and other electronic and optical devices.

To Stay Ahead In Spectroscopy, Watch New Technologies
 

People working in spectroscopy must keep up with other technologies that will affect their own practice.

Recent News
Featured Multimedia
Video: Meet Zygo's Verifire MST
 

Zygo's Verifire MST is a simultaneous multi-surface test interferometer that uses patented wavelength-shifting technology to acquire phase data from multiple surfaces simultaneously.

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Video: BaySpec Breeze Handheld Spectrometer
 

The Breeze is a handheld spectrometers with full VIS, NIR, and SWIR coverage from 400 – 2,500 nm. This handheld spectrometer features proprietary miniaturized optics and high efficiency for maximum sensitivity with high-speed acquisition. This compact device allows operation with the touch of a button.

Featured Solutions
High-Speed InGaAs Photodiodes: FCI-InGaAs-XXX Series

The FCI-InGaAs-XXX series from OSI Optoelectronics comprises an array of high-speed InGaAs photodiodes with active area sizes of, 75 µm, 120 µm, 300 µm, 400 µm, and 500 µm. They exhibit the characteristics need for datacom and telecom applications and are suitable for use in single/multi-mode fiber optic receivers, gigabit Ethernet/fiber channels, SONET/SDH, ATM, and optical taps.

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OSI Optoelectronics
BeamSquared

The BeamSquared system is a compact and fully automated tool for measuring the propagation characteristics of CW and pulsed laser systems from the UV to NIR to telecom wavelengths. 

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Ophir Photonics
High-Speed Optical Power Meter For Fast Photonics Alignment Applications: F-712.PM1

PI introduces the new F-712.PM1 high-speed optical power meter for converting the optical signals and currents of photodiodes into a high-resolution, logarithmic analog voltage signal. The meter also boasts a bandwidth of 20 kHz and extended wavelength range of 400 to 1,550 nm.

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PI (Physik Instrumente) LP
Sensor And Scanner Window Solutions

Abrisa Technologies offers high throughput efficiency wide-angle, broad-spectrum sensors and laser scanning window solutions for visible 425-675 nm (VIS), visible to near infrared 425-1,050 nm (VIS-NIR), short wave infrared 700-1,800 nm (SWIR), and popular laser and LED wavelengths from 405 to 1,550 nm.

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