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McGill symposium on microwave optics a collection of 61 papers. B.S. Karasik, editor, F.J. Zucher, editorial advisor. by Symposium on Microwave Optics, McGill University 1953

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Published by Electronics Research Directorate, Air Force Cambridge Research Center, Air Research and Development Command, United States Air Force in Bedford, Mass .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Diffraction,
  • Electron optics -- Congresses

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Edition Notes

ContributionsKarasik, B. S.,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC447 S9 1953
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16635229M

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McGill Photonic Systems Group professors Martin Rochette, Andrew Kirk, David Plant, Odile Liboiron-Ladouceur and Lawrence Chen Micro-optics, nano-optics, and MOEMS Diffractive and subwave-length scale structures for free-space optics and photonic integrated circuits; three-dimensional micro-optical systems for telecoms and optical interconnect applications; photonic bandgap structures. L. R. Chen, Analysis of cross-phase-modulation-induced intensity distortion due to dispersion in fiber Bragg grating filters, International Symposium on Microwave and Optical Technology (ISMOT 01), Montreal, Quebec, June , paper Microwave Optics G Microwave Receiver Microwave Receiver The Microwave Receiver provides a meter reading that, for low amplitude signals, is approximately proportional to the intensity of the incident microwave signal. A mi-crowave horn identical to that of the Transmitter's collects the microwave signal and channels it to a Schottky diodeFile Size: KB. Proceedings of the Symposium on Modern Optics, New York (Microwave Research Institute Symposia Series Volume XVII) [Jerome Fox] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Proceedings of the Symposium on Modern Optics, New York (Microwave Research Institute Symposia Series Volume XVII)Author: Jerome Fox.

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