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17 /PRNewswire/ -- COVEGA Corporation, a leading supplier of high performance indium phosphide and lithium niobate optical components, announced a new superluminescent light source with features which enable high performance medical imaging using optical coherence tomography (OCT).
These problems exist for any materials technology, including lithium niobate.
Other polarization controllers using solid crystals of lithium niobate work well, but they're bulky and cost tens of thousands of dollars apiece, Rogers says.
Defense Supply Services in Cleveland, Ohio to produce and supply lithium niobate crystals.
So far, the team has tried embedding gold, copper, silver, lead, erbium, bismuth, and platinum into silica and silicate glasses, lithium niobate, and sapphire crystals.
Blake's most recent accomplishments come from Lucent Technologies/Bell Labs where he supervised the design, fabrication, testing, qualification and production ramp of Lucent's highly successful lithium niobate modulator technology platform.
In 1989, they first produced the organic salt DAST, which they have now shown can work 20 times better than the NLO material lithium niobate as an electro-optic switch.
Most current transducers employ the use of crystalline technologies, such as lithium niobate, that are expensive and difficult to manufacture.