Peter J. Winzer
Increases in consumer demand and machine-to-machine network traffic are creating big challenges for letting optical communications continue to scale cost-effectively. Meeting those demands will require new forms of optical parallelism.
Mark D. Feuer and Sheryl L. Woodward
Flexible, dynamic wavelength routing has already helped drive vast gains in optical network capacity—and the capabilities of wavelength routing’s core element, the ROADM, continue to evolve.
Thomas F. Carruthers and David H. Reitze
After a seven-year upgrade project incorporating cutting-edge lasers and optics, the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory could start directly detecting gravitational waves as early as next year.
Patricia Daukantas, Valerie C. Coffey, Sarah Michaud and Stewart Wills
Neal S. Bergano, Pradeep Sindhu and Kevin Slavin
Ming Li, Weilin Liu, Ningbo Huang, Robert S. Guzzon, Ninghua Zhu, Jose Azaña, Larry A. Coldren and Jianping Yao
Stephen R. Wilk
Deep Learning Boosts Microscope’s Speed
Particle Detectors: Fundamentals and Applications
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