Measurements in Photonics


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Measurements in Photonics
1010606Measurements in Photonics
<emphasis role="bold">Introduction</emphasis> Characterization of photonic devices and materials most often involves optical spectroscopy. A typical example is the measurement of the emission spectrum of a light-emitting diode. One of the most important measurements one can make is the dependence of the intensity of light that is emitted as a function of photon energy while the diode is forward biased electrically. Since the emission spectrum may depend on the level of operating current, you can see th…
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Thomas P. Pearsall: Photonics Essentials. Measurements in Photonics, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export