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Saleh B E A Teich M C Fundamentals Of Photonics Solutions Pdf
the term fundamentals of photonics was coined by optical society of america (osa) in 2000. the term, fundamentals of photonics, describes a set of competencies and techniques that people need to master in order to be able to design, construct, and operate optical systems that are based on the principles of optics. this book is a collection of fundamental concepts of optics and photonics. it is intended to teach those people who are new to optics and/or photonics.
the fundamentals of photonics have many applications in industry and academia. they are used to design, construct, and operate systems that are based on the principles of optics. in part 1 of the book, the fundamentals of photonics are introduced. these include optical devices such as lenses, mirrors, gratings, beamsplitters, optical fibers, lasers, optical amplifiers, lasers, and optical sensors. topics like radiation, electromagnetic waves, and electromagnetic fields are also included.
in part 2, the fundamentals of optical devices are introduced. this includes the fundamentals of optical transmission lines, lasers, optical fibers, photodiodes, cameras, optical lenses, mirrors, polarizers, polarizing beam splitters, and waveguides.
in part 3, the fundamentals of optical sensors and spectrometers are introduced. this includes the fundamentals of optical sensors and optical spectrometers. topics like interferometers, tunable filters, grating monochrometers, and scanning fabry-perot interferometers are also included.
Dr. Teich is currently the professor of Optoelectronics in the electronic and photonic devices group at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Boston University. From 2000 to 2009, he has been the Interim Chair of the Program in Optoelectronic Devices at the University of Trento, Italy. Currently, he is the Professor of Optoelectronic Devices in the Program in Optoelectronic Devices at Boston University. He is also a part-time research and teaching associate at the Nanoscale Structure Physics and Engineering Group, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.
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