Contemporary Developments in High-Frequency Photonic Devices - Advances in Computer and Electrical Engineering
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Contemporary Developments in High-Frequency Photonic Devices - Advances in Computer and Electrical Engineering

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Mixed media product 369 Pages / Published: 14/06/2019
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Microwave photonics and information optics provide high bandwidth and precision along with ultrafast speed at a low cost. In order to reduce noise at the communication trans-receivers, scattering in the devices needs to be decreased, which can be achieved by replacing optoelectronic devices with photonic devices because in the latter only photons propagate electromagnetic waves. Contemporary Developments in High-Frequency Photonic Devices is a crucial research book that examines high-frequency photonics and their applications in communication engineering. Featuring coverage on a wide range of topics such as metamaterials, optoelectronic devices, and plasmonics, this book is excellent for students, researchers, engineers, and professionals.

Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 9781522595380
Number of pages: 369
Dimensions: 254 x 178 mm

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