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Hello, Login. Visit Our Stores. Optical Electronics, 4th Edition by Amnon Yariv. Yariv's "first principles" approach employs real-life examples and extensive problems. The text includes separate chapters on quantum well and semiconductor lasers, as well as phase conjugation and its applications.
Optical fiber amplification, signal and noise considerations in optical fiber systems, laser arrays and distributed feedback lasers all are covered extensively in major sections within chapters.
Electromagnetic Theory 2. The Propagation of Rays and Beams 3. Propagation of Optical Beams in Fibers 4. Optical Resonators 5. Interaction of Radiation and Atomic Systems 6. Theory of Laser Oscillation 7. Some Specific Laser Systems 8. Second-Harmonic Generation and Parametric Oscillation 9. Electro-optic Modulation of Laser Beams Noise in Optical Detection and Generation Detection of Optical Radiation Interaction of Light and Sound Two Laser Applications Semiconductor Lasers: Theory and Applications Quantum Well Lasers Advanced Topic Phase Conjugate Optics: Theory and Applications Noise in Laser Amplifiers Appendix E.
Lens Transformation Index. Width: 6. Thickness: 1. Receive an email when this ISBN is available used. COM Terms.
Amnon Yariv born April 13, in British Mandate Palestine is an Israeli-American professor of applied physics and electrical engineering at Caltech , known for innovations in optoelectronics. In , Yariv was selected as a winner of the National Medal of Science for "scientific and engineering contributions to photonics and quantum electronics that have profoundly impacted lightwave communications and the field of optics as a whole". Yariv has been a member of the National Academy of Sciences since In he was awarded the Harvey Prize by the Technion in Haifa, Israel, for "pioneering contributions to opto-electronics, wave propagation in crystals and nonlinear and phase-conjugate optics, and his demonstration of semiconductor-based integrated optics technology leading to the development of high-speed and stable solid-state lasers".
Optical Electronics, 4th Edition
Optical and Quantum Electronics Laboratory