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8 June 1994 Overview of photonics research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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We will describe research being conducted in the following areas: high-speed, 50 ohm, phased-matched modulators and their applications to digital links; promising new research on flat-panel displays that will be full color, fast response, very thin, and have a very high resolution; all optical switches that are extremely fast, integrable and do not have the latency problems that exist with current optical switches; semiconductor optical amplifiers that are monolithically integrable, more flexible and less expensive than existing fiber amplifiers; novel, semiconductor waveguide devices; and automated packaging techniques that will lower the cost of photonics components.
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Frank Roeske, Robert J. Deri, Sol P. Dijaili, Howard W. Lee, Mark E. Lowry, Charles F. McConaghy, Frank G. Patterson, Michael D. Pocha, and Oliver Ted Strand "Overview of photonics research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory", Proc. SPIE 2215, Photonics for Space Environments II, (8 June 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.177626
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