Enabling Photonics Technologies for Defense, Security, and Aerospace Applications VI
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5-9 April 2010
Orlando, Florida, United States
Front Matter
Proc. SPIE 7700, Front Matter: Volume 7700, 770001 (7 May 2010);
Keynote Session I
Proc. SPIE 7700, Underwater multi-view three-dimensional imaging with passive sensing, 770002 (16 April 2010);
Optical Communications and Signal Processing
Proc. SPIE 7700, Pattern recognition of electronic bit-sequences using a semiconductor mode-locked laser and spatial light modulators, 770003 (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Multi-heterodyne mixing of frequency stabilized combs for ultrafast coherent signal processing, 770004 (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Improved microwave photonic link performance through optical carrier suppression and balanced coherent heterodyne detection, 770008 (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Techniques to maintain functionality during degraded performance, 770009 (16 April 2010);
Photonic Systems and Sub Systems
Proc. SPIE 7700, Air Force highly integrated photonics program: development and demonstration of an optically transparent fiber optic network for avionics applications, 77000A (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Hybrid planar lightwave circuits for defense and aerospace applications, 77000B (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Characterization of data transmission through a maritime free-space optical channel with a custom bit error rate tester, 77000D (19 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, MIMO based optical phased array technology with electronic beam steering for laser radar applications, 77000E (16 April 2010);
Photonic Components
Proc. SPIE 7700, Group delay measurement of 1.3 µm quantum dot semiconductor optical amplifier over 120 nm of spectral bandwidth, 77000G (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Terahertz generation in optical amplifiers, 77000H (16 April 2010);
Emitters and Detectors
Proc. SPIE 7700, Time domain parabolic pulse creation of ultrafast chirped pulses, 77000J (21 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Cubic ZnxMg1-xO and NiyMg1-yO thin films grown by molecular beam epitaxy for deep-UV optoelectronic applications, 77000L (19 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Motivation and approach to creating true color temperature low light level V-NIR source, 77000M (16 April 2010);
Proc. SPIE 7700, Disturbance of visual functions as a result of temporary blinding from low power lasers, 77000N (16 April 2010);
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