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New Photonics Technologies for the Information Age

The Dream of Ubiquitous Services

New Photonics Technologies for the Information Age by Shoichi Sudo
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This far-reaching resource gives you an in-depth look at the technological developments fueling the drive to the realization of ubiquitous IT services. Based on groundbreaking papers presented at the International Symposium on New Frontiers for Ubiquitous IT Services, the book describes a wide range of state-of-the-art engineering advances in photonics, sensing, electronics, micro-mechatronics, networks, and communication schemes, introduced by some of the leading pioneers in the field. You get details on cutting-edge design innovations in technologies like nanophotonics, femtosecond pulse processing, and optical coherence tomography together with a thorough look at emerging applications that run the gamut from biomedical sensors and intra-body networks to “smart” buildings and long haul communications.

You also get a solid read on the increasingly successful use of photonic crystal fibers, quasi-phasematched nonlinear optics, optical fiber sensors, and millimeter-wave photonic technologies in communications and sensing. A section on the standardization for optical communications and sensors, plus a look at the challenges in ubiquitous IT services yet to be tackled, round out this indispensable report on the advances that have brought us to the threshold of a new age in information technology.


New Frontiers For Ubiquitous IT Services, S. Sudo

New Frontiers of Discovery and Innovation, R. L. Byer, Stanford University

Photonic Crystal Fibers in Communications & Sensing, P. S. J. Russell, University of Bath

Quasi-Phasematched Nonlinear Optics and Their Applications to Optical Communications, M. M. Fejer, Stanford University

Femtosecond Pulse Processing and Applications to Optical Communications, A. M. Weiner, Purdue University

Global Network: Prospect for the Future, V. W. S. Chan, MIT

Standards for Optical Communications and Sensing, G. W. Day, NIST

Physics and Applications of Nanophotonics, M. Ohtsu, TITech

Optical Coherence Tomography and the Related Techniques for Biomedical Applications, M. Haruna, Osaka University

Optical Fiber Sensors for Smart Materials/Structures and Optical Communications, K. Hotate, University of Tokyo

A Near-Field-Sensing Transceiver for Intra-Body Communications, M. Shinagawa, NTT

Millimeter-Wave Photonic Technologies for Communications and Sensor Applications, T. Nagatsuma, NTT

Shoichi Sudois director of NTT Microsystem Integration Laboratories in Atsugi-shi, Japan, and was the organizer of the recent International Symposium on New Frontiers for Ubiquitous IT Services held in Japan. He is also the coauthor of Frequency Stabilization of Semiconductor Laser Diodes (Artech House, 1995).

Katsunari Okamotois director of Okamoto Laboratory Ltd. in Mito, Japan.

Artech House; September 2004
232 pages; ISBN 9781580536974
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Title: New Photonics Technologies for the Information Age
Author: Shoichi Sudo; Katsunari Okamoto