Photonic switching II: proceedings of the international topical meeting, Kobe, Japan, April 12-14, 1990, Volume 2

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Springer-Verlag, 1990 - Technology & Engineering - 396 pages
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This book outlines the current status of research in photonic switching and details the latest scientific achievements and trends in this field. The topics treated include guided-wave devices, optically controlled devices, space-division switching, free-space and wavelength-based switching and devices, and packet switching. Several contributions provide a broad overview of some of the most rapidly developing areas, such as optical amplifiers, nonlinear optical devices, and free-space digital optics. This is an ideal reference book for researchers wishing to learn about and understand the recent rapid progress in photonic switching.

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Trends in Electronic Communication Switching Technologies
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Nonlinear Optical Devices for Photonic Switching
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Bandfilling or Stark Effect for Photonic Switching A Comparison
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