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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Photonics -- Congresses.,
  • Switching circuits -- Congresses.,
  • Telecommunication -- Switching systems -- Congresses.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementK. Tada, H.S. Hinton, eds.
SeriesSpringer series in electronics and photonics ;, v. 29
ContributionsTada, K., Hinton, H. Scott., Denshi Jōhō Tsūshin Gakkai (Japan), International Topical Meeting on Photonic Switching (1990 : Kōbe-shi, Japan), International Topical Meeting on Optical Computing (1990 : Kōbe-shi, Japan)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA1505 .P46 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 396 p. :
Number of Pages396
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1868364M
ISBN 100387530673
LC Control Number90026696

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This book outlines the current status of research in photonic switching and details the latest scientific achievements and trends in this field. The topics treated include guided-wave devices, optically controlled devices, space-division switching, free-space and wavelength-based switching and devices, and packet switching. Several contributions provide a broad overview of some of the most Cited by: 4. Photonic switching II: proceedings of the international topical meeting, Kobe, Japan, April , lambda switching (photonic switching, or wavelength switching): Lambda switching (sometimes called photonic switching, or wavelength switching) is the technology used in optical networking to switch individual wavelengths of light onto separate paths for specific routing of information. In conjunction with technologies such as dense wavelength. An optical switch is a device that selectively switches optical signals from one channel to another. The switching can be temporal or former is known as an optical (time-domain) switch or an optical modulator, while the latter is called an optical space switch or an optical router.

Get this from a library! Photonic Switching II: Proceedings of the International Topical Meeting, Kobe, Japan, April , [K Tada; H Scott Hinton] -- This book outlines the current status of research in photonic switching and details the latest scientific achievements and trends in this field. The topics treated include guided-wave devices.   Photonics in Switching provides a broad, balanced overview of the use of optics or photonics in switching, from materials and devices to system architecture. The chapters, each written by an expert in the field, survey the key technologies, setting them in context and highlighting their benefits and possible Edition: 1. Kubodera K. () Nonlinear Optical Devices for Photonic Switching. In: Tada K., Hinton H.S. (eds) Photonic Switching II. Springer Series in Electronics and Photonics, vol Cited by: 2. Photonic Switching II: Proceedings of the International Topical Meeting, Kobe, Japan, April 12–14, T. Aoki (auth.), Professor Kunio Tada Ph. D., H. Scott Hinton (eds.) The International Topical Meeting on Photonic Switching was held April , , in Kobe, Japan, in conjunction with the International Meet­ ing on Optical.