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Elements of Photonics, Volume II: For Fiber and Integrated Optics

Elements of Photonics, Volume II: For Fiber and Integrated Optics

Keigo Iizuka , Bahaa E. A. Saleh (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-40815-4

Jun 2002

656 pages

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$213.95

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Provides a particularly good discussion of the electromagnetics of light in bounded media (i.e., fibers).
* The only book that treats the two complementary topics, fiber and integrated optics.
* A careful and thorough presentation of the topics that make it well suited for self-study.
* Includes numerous figures, problems and worked-out solutions.
* Discusses all the topics essential to modern optical communication systems including optical fibers, quantum electronics, optical amplifiers, and lasers among others.
* Concludes with a chapter that applies the design skills developed throughout the book to realistic problems in fiber optic communication systems.
* Heavily illustrated with over 300 figures specially formatted to aid in comprehension.

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Planar Optical Guides for Integrated Optics.

Optical Waveguides and Devices for Integrated Optics.

Modes and Dispersion in Optical Fibers.

Detecting Light.

Optical Amplifiers.

Transmitters.

Stationary and Solitary Solutions in a Nonlinear Medium.

Communicating by Fiber Optics.
""...this set provides an excellent course on photonics for the student as well as for the practicing engineer?should be seriously considered by any instructor.... It certainly belongs in any college or university library...as well as any library that considers it to be technical in nature or to have a technical clientele."" (E-Streams, Vol. 6, No. 2, February 2003)

""...a must for all libraries at universities and industrial laboratories..."" (Optik, 2003)