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Optoelectronics & Communications

Novel approach to improving optoelectronic nanodevices
The plasmonic-electrical effect can be used to shorten the transport path of low-mobility carriers and overcome the space-charge limit in organic semiconductors.
New light-emitting devices use organic molecules that exhibit thermally activated delayed fluorescence, achieving nearly 100 internal quantum efficiency without the need for rare earth metals.
14 May 2015
Photonic approaches enable measurements with wide frequency coverage and large instantaneous bandwidth.
7 May 2015
Non-orthogonal subcarriers save bandwidth by ultra-high spectrum compression and high-efficiency modulation.
23 April 2015
Micromachined silicon structures enable the alignment of up to 24 lanes of data transmission in single-mode optics, boosting capacity.
17 April 2015
A new coded modulation scheme is suitable for various applications that require multi-Tb/s or multi-Pb/s data rates.
23 March 2015
 
Alain Aspect IYL presentation: Single and Entangled Photons: At the Heart of the Quantum Revolutions

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