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Integrated Optics in China

  • Hong-du Liu
Part of the NATO Advanced Studies Institutes Series book series (volume 91)

Abstract

Integrated optics is in its beginning stage and still developing in China. Research activities in China, to my knowledge, involve the fabrication and measurement of optical planar waveguides, active and passive waveguide devices, and monolithically integrated optical circuits as well as some theoretical works. In this paper, recent progress in this field in China are reviewed and pertinent references are given. The research activities of semiconductor lasers, including ternary and quarternary I – V compounds, optical fibers and cables, and optical communication systems in China had been reviewed by C. M. Wang in an invited paper1 at the 3rd International Conference on IOOC, April this year, so that these subjects will not be mentioned here.

Keywords

English Abstract Planar Waveguide Specific Contact Resistance Prism Coupler Changchun Institute 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • Hong-du Liu
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PhysicsPeking UniversityPekingChina

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