Laser Waveguide Optical Systems Design and Manufacture

The systems design and manufacturing concepts are simple to implement and are applicable to a wide range of optical and laser systems over a very broad waveband range. The concepts are readily applied to both one-off research prototypes and to low cost mass production of fully developed systems. We provide a design and manufacturing capability which enables customers to convert their new optical circuit concepts, or their existing free-space designs, into compact, rugged, high performance integrated optic systems. In practice the manufacturing approach utilises precision CNC milling (or alternative etching or 3D printing techniques) to create alignment features for discrete components in the surface of a dielectric substrate. Light is then guided through the circuit of components via hollow waveguides. The hollow waveguides are created in the surface of the substrate as square section channels in conjunction with a lid - which forms the forth upper wall of all the waveguides. Compared with solid core waveguides or optical fibres hollow waveguides have very broad waveband high power transmission characteristics making the applicable to a very wide range of applications.

Instead of examining 200,000 cases -- as other program often do -- HGOSD has a binary search option that divides the design space into logical units and quickly evaluates where the best solution is to be found.
In this case there are numerous trade-offs that determine the optimal page size, focal length, lens shape, storage medium thickness, etc.
We have used it to develop a 25:1 zoom lens with excellent performance, with no starting design needed.
The design of this optical interface therefore, plays an important role in determining the overall system performance.
Most optical engineers, on the other hand, frequently fail to appreciate the effects of optical noise in their systems, leading to non-optimal performance.
The effects of finite optical power, vignetting, standard substrate thickness, and non-zero lens mass were included and we found an optimum aggregate data rate of nearly 2 Gbps was possible using lenses with 5mm focal length and numerical aperture = 0.60.
In which vertical market(s) would you classify the end-users of this technology.
Nothing excites investors, customers, and internal development teams more than seeing an idea in action.
Assuming the use of line-illumination along a disk radius and a 1D parallel detector array, we developed a formalism for characterizing the performance of such parallel access memory systems.
Our design and development service includes concept development, optical design, mechanical design, and opto-electronics integration.
This dependence is particularly acute in the case of parallel access optical memory for which the performance demands placed upon the optical interface subsystem are even more severe.
BJ-MAX Team has the capabilities and tools to design and build complicated custom Electro-Optical systems.
Many of these trade-offs have been quantified.
The difference between an idea that gets ignored and one that gets attention is a working prototype.
How do you differentiate it from other similar technologies?
The effects of lens aberrations were characterized in terms of space variant inter-symbol interference and were converted into limitations on parallelism.
Other software packages offer a global optimization feature, which can find a solution if you let it run long enough.
While expertise in lens design never hurts, our product can be used by relative novices.

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