Handbook of Optical Interconnects by Kawai Sh. (Ed)

By Kawai Sh. (Ed)

T turns out we're imminent the transmission limits of conventional fabrics, so these looking to raise the rate of optics networks are turning to optical interconnects to supply exact transmission to the subsequent new release of units, platforms and items. during this choice of 12 papers, specialists describe their paintings in vertical hollow space floor emitting lasers, the microlens, GRIN lenses, the advance of diffractive optics and its destiny demanding situations, planar optics, optical buys know-how, fiber optics, plastic optical fibers, optical fiber Jisso expertise, optical connectors, parallel optical hyperlinks and optical interconnections in broadband networks.

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20 (3) Make L3 profile (7) Diffuse, hardening (4) Fill L3 with resin cover (8) Polish High-NA microlens fabrication process flow. the upper S1 surface to the upper S2 surface. Therefore, the measurement result was influenced by S1 surface condition. To reduce the thickness error of substrate S2, substrate S2 is polished on the flat dummy substrate, and S1 and S2 are bonded after polishing S2. Substrates S1 and S2 and a cover glass are bonded with UVsensitive resin. 21 Photograph of a high-NA microlens.

For optical efficiency of an LCD panel of a liquid crystal projector and other such applications. 16. 16 Image formation by a 2D lens arrays. this plurality differs by microlens array. All formed images from each lens are different. A typical application is for 3D image processing, by which restoration of a 2D picture to a 3D object is also attained. 17. The microlens array has an added cover glass on the top surface of the fabricated microlens to make the completed microlens apply to the LCD panel.

It applies to microlens arrays, which consist of arrays of very small lenses formed inside or on one or more surfaces of a common substrate. 1 z Structure of a microlens array. interchangeability of lens arrays from different suppliers and to enhance the development of technology using microlens arrays. 1 Fundamentally, although a minute lens is arranged and formed on a substrate, the microlens, which consists of a single lens, is not eliminated. 1 Especially, the definition of focal length differs from the conventional lens.

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