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Practical Opto-Electronics

An Illustrated Guide for the Laboratory

  • Serves as a guide to create optoelectronic systems

  • Contains important know-how and tricks which have never been published in the scientific literature

  • Contains numerous self-explanatory figures to help the reader to grasp the subject quickly

Book

Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 184)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 1-34
  3. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 35-75
  4. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 77-110
  5. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 111-142
  6. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 143-182
  7. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 183-217
  8. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 219-230
  9. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 231-252
  10. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 253-308
  11. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 309-334
  12. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 335-358
  13. Vladimir Protopopov
    Pages 359-384
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 385-393

About this book

Introduction

This book explains how to create opto-electronic systems in a most efficient way, avoiding typical mistakes. It covers light detection techniques, imaging, interferometry, spectroscopy, modulation-demodulation, heterodyning, beam steering, and many other topics common to laboratory applications. The focus is made on self-explanatory figures rather than on words. The book guides the reader through the entire process of creating problem-specific opto-electronic systems, starting from optical source, through beam transportation optical arrangement, to photodetector and data acquisition system. The relevant basics of beam propagation and computer-based raytracing routines are also explained, and sample codes are listed. the book teaches important know-how and practical tricks that are never disclosed in scientific publications.  The book can become the reader's personal adviser in the world of opto-electronics and navigator in the ocean of the market of optical components and systems.
Succinct, well-illustrated, and clearly written, this book is helpful for students, postgraduates, engineers and researches working not only in the field of applied optics but also in high-tech industry, information technology, medicine, biology and other domains.

Keywords

Fiber Optics Light Sources Modulation Techniques Monochromators Optical Elements Opto-electonic Systems Opto-electronic Devices Opto-electronic Devices Cookbook Optoelectronic Systems Photodetectors Polarization Optics

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.SuwonKorea, Republic of (South Korea)

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