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Complex systems engineering for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
A rigorous new model-based systems approach improves the understanding of the telescope's functional behavior and interactions, and allows efficient operation of the observatory.
Incorporating a lithium niobate electro-optic phase modulator into an interferometric fringe projection system could permit imaging at rates of megahertz or even gigahertz.
29 August 2014
A digital alloy technique grows device-quality aluminum gallium arsenide antimonide lattice matched to indium phosphide.
27 August 2014
Nonlinear conversion of 2μm nanosecond pulses from a high-energy holmium laser enables future IR weapon countermeasures.
27 August 2014
New lidar systems and algorithms permit in situ real-time monitoring as part of a global network.
26 August 2014
The technology for a million-kilometer-scale interferometer to study gravitational waves will soon be in place, for a launch within 10 years.
22 August 2014
Automotive boost for OmniVision profit
Imaging sensor company reports a strong uptick in revenues amid buy-out interest from Chinese investment firm.
29 August 2014
Cascade laser sensor may replace pinprick blood tests
Researchers at Princeton develop mid-IR noninvasive technique; could improve quality of life for diabetics.
28 August 2014
Applied Optoelectronics launches methane sensor
'Highly sensitive' DFB laser range detects CH4, ammonia, hydrogen fluoride and water.
28 August 2014
 
John Mather: JWST will continue the exploration of the early universe

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