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Investigation of Polymer Optical Waveguide Devices

Investigation of Polymer Optical Waveguide Devices

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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  • TEC030000

  • The Physical Object
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    Open LibraryOL11848253M
    ISBN 101423538773
    ISBN 109781423538776

    Low-cost planar lightwave circuits based on optical polymer waveguide devices hold promise for the next generation of optical communication systems. Over the years, we have put significant effort to exploring the many unique properties of polymer for the realization of new functional optical devices. For example, we have demonstrated several.   N2 - In this work the recent interest in waveguides for use in short optical links has motivated a study of the modal noise dependence on launch conditions in short-reach step-index multimode polymer waveguides. Short optical links, especially those with several connection interfaces and utilising a restricted launch are likely to be subject to.

      Paltani, P.P., Medhekar, S.: Optical Beam Propagation in Non-Linear Media and All-Optical Devices: Investigation of Light Beam Propagation in Non-Linear (NL) Media For All-Optical Devices (AODs). VDM Verlag Dr. Müller, Saarbrücken () Google Scholar. BCB polymer becomes an attractive material and has been used for fabrication of various optical devices, for instance, optical switching [11], polymeric optical waveguide [12] and multimode.

    Polymer thermal optical switches have low power consumption and nm is the communication window of polymer fiber. Polymer thermal optical switches at nm are rarely reported, because of switching extinction ratio properties that are restricted by modes of the waveguide. Single mode waveguide at nm is hard to fabricate due to the dissolution of . 2. Materials and Synthesis. Figure 1 provides an overview of representative approaches to synthesize and fabricate implantable fiber or waveguides. Thermal drawing (Figure 1 a) is commonly used for conventional optical fibers made of silica or other inorganic ed with custom-designed drawing towers [31,32], multifunctional polymer .


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Low-loss polymer materials incorporating fluorinated compounds have been utilized for the investigation of various functional Investigation of Polymer Optical Waveguide Devices book devices useful for optical communication and optical sensor systems. Since reliability issues concerning the polymer device have been resolved, polymeric waveguide devices have been gradually adopted for.

A large-core polymer waveguide was fabricated by using a UV-assisted imprinting process as illustrated in Fig. 8, which is another unique property of polymer waveguide devices. The single-mode large-core waveguide exhibits large alignment tolerance for the single-mode fiber attachment and enables passive coupling between an optical fiber Cited by:   In-Plane Integration of Polymer Microfluidic Channels With Optical Waveguides– A Preliminary Investigation Abstract: The next major challenges for lab-on-a-chip (LoC) technology are 1) the integration of microfluidics with optical detection technologies and 2) the large-scale production of devices at a low by:   The buffer layer beneath the optical build-up was found to improve the stability of the optical waveguides significantly.

The results indicated of a wavelength dependence to the aging factor with a failure mechanism. The factors affecting the performance and reliability of polymer-based optical waveguides on PCBs were by:   Abstract: This work presents a detail numerical investigation of thermal performances of various optical waveguides using the finite element method.

As the key performance indicator of thermo-optic devices, switching time and power consumption is considered for the analysis. The waveguides under investigation consist of two different.

The next major challenges for lab-on-a-chip (LoC) technology are 1) the integration of microfluidics with optical detection technologies and 2) the large-scale production of devices at a low cost.

In this paper the fabrication and characterisation of a simple optical LoC platform comprising integrated multimode waveguides and microfluidic channels based on a photo.

OPTAVER process for manufacturing polymer optical waveguides. The processing of planar integrated polymer optical systems for use in the packaging industry described in this work is based on the planar fabrication process investigated in the DFG research group OPTAVER (Hoffmann et al., ).

This manufacturing strategy is completed in a two. It follows that polymer mechanical and thermal properties must be adjusted, for example, to withstand the IC processing and avoid the occurrence of defects. Experimental.

All the ridge waveguides are created inside a clean room. Generally this kind of process involves dry etching of a polymer layer to obtain the optical waveguide core. Optical waveguides can be classified according to their geometry, mode structure, refractive index (RI) distribution, and material.

A dielectric optical waveguide comprises a longitudinally extended high-index medium called the Core, which is transversely surrounded by a low-index medium, called the Cladding.A guided optical wave propagates in the waveguide. It is noted that one single waveguide of this configuration cannot form an optical integrated circuit.

In practice, various types of optical waveguides such as 2D optical waveguides, 3D optical waveguides and optical channel waveguides are placed on a substrate to create an optical circuit with desired features (Fig.

(b)). Multimode optical waveguide components were fabricated on Three optical-PCB constructions varying in board structure FR-4 substrates utilizing two commercial polymer systems. and in optical build-up materials were fabricated and tested in Absorption Loss (dB/cm) Investigation of environmental reliability of optical waveguides Circuit World.

Polymer optical waveguide devices have attracted a lot of attention with regard to applications in the all-optical network, basically, because they have the potential of added optical.

Polymer materials exhibit unique properties in the fabrication of optical waveguide devices, electromagnetic devices, and bio-devices. Direct laser writing (DLW) technology is widely used for micro-structure fabrication due to its high processing precision, low cost, and no need for mask exposure.

This paper reviews the latest research progresses of polymer-based micro/nano-devices. Investigation of Environmental Reliability of Optical Polymer Waveguides Embedded on Printed Circuit Boards Conference Paper in Microelectronics Reliability 47(2) November with   Synthesis of crosslinkable fluorinated polyesters for optical waveguide devices.

Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry45 (24), DOI: /pola Low-loss polymer materials incorporating fluorinated compounds have been utilized for the investigation of various functional optical devices useful for optical communication and optical sensor systems.

Since reliability issues concerning the polymer device have been resolved, polymeric waveguide devices have been gradually adopted for commercial application systems. Polymer-based optical waveguide devices provide an alternative approach for realizing the next generation of optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEICs).

These devices are hybrids that can be integrated on any existing electronic substrate. Optical polymers are formed by combining a variety of monomers into many different configurations.

The characteristics of the ring resonator are for wavelength selection. It is suitable for the design of optical switches, signal switching and modulation applications.

It is also the focus of this lab and this chapter to explore and study. The general edge coupling, between the optical fiber and the waveguide dimension is very different. Keywords: integrated optics, optical waveguide, polymer 1.

INTRODUCTION Since the concept of integrated optical circuits was introduced in 1, it has been expected that all optical devices with various functions, including light sources, optical guiding and processing devices, and photodetectors, can be. Design and Fabrication of Planar Optical Waveguide Devices and Materials Editor(s): Robert A.

Norwood *This item is only available on the SPIE Digital Library. In addition to the conventional polymer materials under investigation, a novel material, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), derived from salmon sperm, has shown promise in providing both the desired optical and electromagnetic properties, as well as the desired resistance to various solvents used for NLO polymer device fabrication.

Our investigation. optical illumination and electrical recording from the 9 regions of interest. Despite the recent development of multifunctional neural probes, integration of these modalities in a single biocompatible platform remains a challenge.

We developed a device composed of an optical waveguide, six electrodes and two microfluidic channels produced. We report progress in the development of polymer waveguides and devices for photonic applications in three areas: non-photolithographic techniques for polymer waveguide fabrication, bistability in laterally-coupled polymer microring resonators, and ultrafast photoconductive switches fabricated from semiconducting polymers.