Most recently, he was President and CEO of Genoa Corporation, where he led the company's development and launch of the first chip-based linear optical amplifier.
What does LOA stand for?
LOA stands for Linear Optical Amplifier (Genoa)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
l) (TSE: 6701) has integrated Genoa's new, second-generation, single-chip linear optical amplifier into a breakthrough 10 gigabit-per-second optical transponder module for network applications.
The critical breakthrough in the transponder is a fully-integrated transmitter module that is comprised of a modulator-driver chip, an EML chip (electro-absorption modulator integrated DFB-laser) and Genoa's new second-generation single-chip linear optical amplifier (LOA), all combined on a common substrate.
BUSINESS WIRE)--March 18, 2002 Genoa Corporation, an optical semiconductor company in Fremont, CA, will join Lucent Technologies here Thursday, March 21st in presenting a paper that describes a novel method for achieving all-optical wavelength conversion utilizing the single-chip linear optical amplifier (LOA) pioneered by Genoa.
Our two, new products give our customers the opportunity to apply the linear optical amplifier to a broader range of applications," comments Gold.
27, 2002 Genoa Corporation, an optical semiconductor company in Fremont, CA, announced that it has begun commercial shipments of its linear optical amplifier (LOA).
Genoa invented the first, broad-spectrum, single-chip linear optical amplifier (LOA) capable of handling multiple wavelengths of light.
According to Genoa president and CEO Rick Gold, interest in the linear optical amplifier by OEMs is strong.