Kuochou Tai
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Publications (9)

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | February 22, 2011
Proc. SPIE. 7914, Fiber Lasers VIII: Technology, Systems, and Applications
KEYWORDS: Multimode fibers, Cladding, Signal attenuation, Laser applications, Fiber lasers, Semiconductor lasers, Ytterbium, Fiber coupled lasers, Laser systems engineering, Current controlled current source

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | February 13, 2008
Proc. SPIE. 6875, Nonlinear Frequency Generation and Conversion: Materials, Devices, and Applications VII
KEYWORDS: Packaging, Second-harmonic generation, Modulation, Waveguides, Solid state lasers, Fiber lasers, Semiconductor lasers, Phase matching, Frequency conversion, Solid state electronics

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | February 13, 2008
Proc. SPIE. 6876, High-Power Diode Laser Technology and Applications VI
KEYWORDS: Multimode fibers, Surgery, Reliability, Laser development, Resistance, Fiber lasers, Semiconductor lasers, Diodes, Graphic arts

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | October 8, 2004
Proc. SPIE. 5662, Fifth International Symposium on Laser Precision Microfabrication
KEYWORDS: Optical components, Reliability, Fiber lasers, Semiconductor lasers, High power fiber lasers, Diodes, Fiber couplers, Fiber coupled lasers, Diode pumped solid state lasers

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | June 1, 2004
Proc. SPIE. 5336, High-Power Diode Laser Technology and Applications II
KEYWORDS: Optical components, Continuous wave operation, Lithium, Reliability, Resistance, Fiber lasers, Semiconductor lasers, Diodes, Optical alignment, Temperature metrology

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | November 9, 1999
Proc. SPIE. 3899, Photonics Technology into the 21st Century: Semiconductors, Microstructures, and Nanostructures
KEYWORDS: Semiconductors, Diffraction, Semiconductor lasers, Far-field diffraction, Solids, Laser damage threshold, Optical pumping, Semiconducting wafers, Microrings, Optical semiconductors

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SC403: DWDM Components: Circulators, WDMs, and Interleavers
This course introduces the basic theories and technology behind fundamental components for WDM architectures. These include the circulator, WDM elements like mux/demux, and interleavers. In addition to the inner working of these components, the various technology choices for WDM are compared and it is shown where each best fits into the different applications. Concepts include polarization, birefringence, thin films, planar waveguides, and fiber Bragg gratings, with an emphasis on the thin film technology. Novel experiments using the disruptive technology of the interleaver are described.
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