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4.3 GHz Optical Bandwidth Light Emitting Transistor

 

Semiconductor light emitting diodes (LEDs) and lasers using direct gap III-V materials and electron-hole injection and recombination, have over the years led to...

Analog And Digital Applications Coupled Cavity VCSELs

 

Optical communications have become a main method of high-speed data transmission and are at the forefront of pushing the speed barriers for data transmission. As a...

Optical Parametric Amplification of Weak Signals for Imaging Biological Tissue

 

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a method of applying optical parametric amplification technology to enhance ultrweak signals from...

Coherently Scattering Probes for Super-Resolved Mapping

 

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed coherently scattering probes to allow imaging of intracellular structures at nanometer spatial resolution...

Improved Quantum Well Transistor Laser

 

Researchers at the University of Illinois have improved the performance of a Quantum Well Transistor and Laser. Their invention helps improve the performance of...

Blue-Shifting Of Resonant Dispersive Wave Pulses

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a way to shift a laser beam into a broadband of light with lower wavelengths. This technology enables...

A Touch Mode Capacitance Microvalve with High Speed, Microsecond Switching

 

A bi-directional electrostatic microvalve includes a membrane electrode that is controlled by application of voltage to fixed electrodes disposed on either side of...

Impurity-Induced Method for High-Power Single-Mode Laser

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a method for vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) to provide high-power output with good beam...

Tunable Pillar Bowtie Nanoantennas

 

A University of Illinois research team led by Dr. Kimani Toussaint has developed novel, metal, pillar-bowtie nanoantenna array templates on silicon dioxide pillars...

Magnetic-free Solution for On-chip Optical Communication

 

Dr. Bahl from the University of Illinois has discovered a new method to create non-reciprocal property without using external magnetic field. The method employs...

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