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Optoelectronics & Communications

Fully integrated broadband terahertz modulators

Metasurfaces that can be reconfigured by microelectromechanical systems allow extreme switching in scattering parameters.

The optical serial coherent analyzer of radio frequency combines aspects of electronic and photonics-assisted devices.
11 November 2014

Microwave photonics enables the transfer of radio frequency signals over optical fibers for mobility and high bandwidth, bridging the gap between wireless applications and photonic technology.

6 November 2014
Novel designs enable nanoscale waveguiding, on-chip polarization handling, and energy-efficient thermal tuning.
16 October 2014
Using nanocrystal fluorescence in chiral photonic bandgap microcavities and plasmonic nanoantennas promises room-temperature sources of time-separated quanta of light.
1 October 2014
Organic LEDs with photonic structures incorporating zinc oxide and a polyfluorene derivative as cathode and emissive layers, respectively, lead to high efficiencies and electrically-driven lasing capabilities.
10 September 2014
Heteroepitaxial lateral overgrowth of indium phosphide on silicon offers a pathway for monolithic integration of III–V light sources.
8 September 2014
 
SPIE Optics + Photonics 2014 plenary talk by Shaya Fainman: Nanoscale Engineering Optical Nonlinearities and Nanolasers