The missing link in a dynamically growing field--a state-of-the-art reference on optoelectronic packaging
The rapidly expanding field of packaging for optoelectronic devices challenges electrical engineers with a host of complex and daunting problems. The increasing intricacy of assemblage compounds the thorny interconnection issues associated with electronic packaging-how to assemble an array with many elements efficiently while maintaining thermal tolerance and simultaneously overcoming the ensuing modulation problems that generate electrical noise. Adding to these problems has been the absence, until now, of a single authoritative reference on the subject.
Optoelectronic Packaging is the first and only comprehensive sourcebook on optoelectronic assembly techniques. For optoelectronic packaging experts and professionals in adjunct technologies, it provides an overview of today's state-of-the-art technologies, packages now on the drawing board, and the future direction of packaging types. For the novice, it lays down the fundamentals of optics and packaging. This incomparable text features contributions from hands-on practitioners and, supplemented with extensive illustrations, it
* Covers detector, semiconductor laser, and optical amplifier packaging
* Discusses waveguide technologies, free-space interconnects, and hybrid technologies
* Examines communication system interconnection structure and fiber-optic networks in telecommunications
* Explores array device packaging and flip-chip assembly for smart pixel arrays
* Includes case studies of packaged subassemblies
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A collection of contributions that is meant to provide an overview of the techniques being used or contemplated for packaging of optoelectronic devices. It includes both details of the nitty gritty of existing commercial packages as well as some blueprints for soon-to-be packages and even some more blue sky considerations relating to the more futuristic "what if" types of packages. It covers detector, semiconductor laser, and optical amplifier packaging, waveguide technologies, free-space interconnects, and hybrid technologies, and examines communication system interconnection structure and fiber-optic networks in telecommunications.About the Author:
ALAN R. MICKELSON, PhD, is a faculty member of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Colorado, Boulder. His research area is primarily centered on integrated optical devices for use in high-speed/microwave systems.
NAGESH R. BASAVANHALLY, PhD, is a member of the technical staff at Lucent Technologies/Bell Laboratories. His research interests are in optomechanical design, packaging, and assembly-related activities in electronic and optical interconnection technologies.
YUNG-CHENG LEE, PhD, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Associate Director of the NSF Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Packaging of Microwave, Optical, and Digital Electronics, University of Colorado, Boulder.
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