Photonics Technologies: Opportunities in Communications; Data Storage; Displays; Materials; and Sensors (Technical Insights)

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This research service provides an analysis of emerging technologies in photonics

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Photonics Technologies, Executive SummaryResearch SynopsisPhotonics: An Enabling TechnologyA Short HistoryPhotonics Description and Research MethodologyMaking Light WorkMethodologyPhotonics Technologies, Technology IntroductionPros and ConsAdvantagesDisadvantagesThe Global Communications NetworkGetting Everybody ConnectedWhat's Next?Photonics Technologies, Market OverviewIndustry Scope and Innovative StrategiesPhotonics ScopeCluster FormationsMarket Trends; Drivers; and ChallengesMarket SizeNew Players Breathe New LifeFuture Market TrendsPhotonics Technologies, Photonic MaterialsPhotonics in OptoelectronicsThe Role of MaterialsBandgap MaterialsCrystalsPhotonic Materials; Types; and DescriptionsComposite MaterialsPorous SiliconPhotonic Polymers and CeramicsWide Bandgap MaterialsNonlinear Optical MaterialsPhotonics Technologies, PolymersModifying the StructureEmbossing MicrostructuresFast and Easy Does ItChange the Structure; Change the LaserExtending Embossing's EmbraceCombining the Properties of Crystals and Polymers Crystals and PolymersTransatlantic Photonic AlliesDo-It-Yourself Fluorine PolymersThe Proof Is in the Time-of-FlightPhotonics Technologies, Light-Emitting DiodesImpurity Makes for Better Polymer LEDs Serendipitous LuminescenceTripling the ExcitonsSimplify ProcessingCut Costs; Simplify ProcessingExploring the Dark StatesPhotonics Technologies, LECs and LEDsFlat-Panel DisplaysIon Mobility Lowers Voltage NeedsSalty Source for CounterionsA Polymer/Electrode SandwichShooting for the Red; Green; and BlueLEC ApplicationsBacklighting LaptopsGlass Clearly Extends Shelf LifeTest and Measurement Combining High-Speed Testing and Wafer ProbingSpectrometer Measures Power and WavelengthMapping Up To Twenty-Five ParametersDetermining Optical-Power MeasurementPhotonics Technologies, Deposition TechnologiesLaser DepositionPure Enough for PlanarNozzle Controls Precursors for QualityLaser Control Beats Flame ControlSingle Pass CoverageEliminating Optical-to-Electronic SwitchingParticle-to-Particle BondingGrowing NanoribbonsBreaking Material-Composition LimitsCoating the Working SideControlling Ribbon UniformitySputteringUnlocking Titanium Monoxide's SecretsLower-Cost Alternative to Indium Tin Oxide FilmsPicking the Right Shade of TiOxUsing Ellipsometry to Judge ColorAchieving the Proper OrientationA Simpler Process To Produce Higher-Quality FilmsPre-Sputtering Prevents ContaminationMonitoring Gas Ratio and TemperatureVapor-BasedSuper-Saturated NanowiresGrowing Nanowires by Super-SaturationServing as Their Own MirrorRotational Coating GrowthUniform BehaviorScaling Up to Commercial VolumesWearing Many HatsGoing for High-Brightness LEDsCutting DowntimePhotonics Technologies, Self-AssemblyFinished DevicesArrays into Conductors Setting the Luminescent ClockBorrowing from NatureWhite Light Boosts Ionic CurrentSelf-Linking Molecular ChainsLipids Help Size and Orientate ArraysCoordinating Metal Ions and Bonding HydrogenStabilizing the MembraneCrystals into Three-Dimensional WaveguidesAn Alternative to Building Layers Sculpting by MicroscopeLight Takes Tight Corners in the PolymerNanoscale Construction Ionically Built Thin FilmsCoating Substrates with an Ionic PaintbrushTrimming those Vacuum BillsFinding Collaborators; Seeking PartnersMaking Cadmium Telluride NanowiresCadmium Telluride Unlocks Self-Assembly DifficultyPearls-of-Aggregate WisdomHow Do Your Nanowires Grow?Crafting ParticlesSparks Act as a ChiselScaling to NanometersLow-Cost AlloysRetaining the StoichiometryLinking Polymer NanostructuresStringing ParticlesProgrammable ArchitectureSimple Software Supports Complex StructuresEasy Bandgap ManipulationPhotonics Technologies, New MaterialsBistabilityGoing Optical and ElectricalBistable in Three PropertiesSwitching Conductivity; Light Transmission; and MagnetismDesigning Molecular PropellersSpectacular Hysteresis LoopOne Channel Change Yields Two EffectsSpinning Electronic Information TransmissionGiving Light Heavier DutiesLight-Fueled PolymersFocusing on StabilityPhotonics Technologies, Crafting New StructuresLiquid Crystal Shuttlecocks Nab Buckyballs Playing Molecular BadmintonBanana-Shaped MoleculeBeating Cone Shapes FlatInvesting in High-Yielding C-C BondsTuning Fibers With MicrofluidicsSignal Processing within a Fiber Microfluidics Put Passive Fibers to WorkManipulation through Plugs and PumpsIndependent AdjustmentsHeat Drives Tiny PumpsBorrowing from Silicon MicroelectronicsElectrical Actuation Reduces Power ConsumptionCounteracting Fluctuating DispersionFaster Switching while Cutting Power Needs Atomic NanofabricationSculpting with AtomsUnmasking NanofabricationSimplicity is StrengthKeeping Lasers CoolFluid FabricationCustomizing Hydrogel-Based NanoparticlesTailormade AnnealingKnow Your Particle NucleationTemplates for TelecommunicationsMore Robust Tunable ArraysThree-Dimensional Ink Draws Complex Shapes Self-Supporting InkTuning Gel for Desired Response Easier Assembly of Photonic Materials Photonics Technologies, New Synthesis TechnologiesGoing TubularMaking Gallium Oxide Tubes and WiresForming Nanowires from Molten PoolsPlasma Reaction Drives GrowthEntering the Nitride ArenaTunable TubesStacking Ether RosettesInducing Nanotubes To Assemble ThemselvesSuccess Has Many FathersElectrochemical Birth of Barium-Titanate FilmsSimplicity Itself Rinse-and-Dry CycleSparkling DepositionDissolving Templates Hollow Out NanostructuresLight-Triggered Drug ReleaseDissolving Templates Shape NanoparticlesFilling in for Conductive CompositesPhotonics Technologies, Coating SubstratesSpin CoatingOpening Doors for Cerium DioxideThe Best of the BuffersDip Coating Accommodates Long TapesSapphire Substrate Solves Orientation ProblemBetter BTO Films Obtained by Sol-Gel Spin CoatingSol Gel's Chemical ControlMultistep Preparation--an Important ParameterChemical ModificationsTaking Molecular FingerprintsBringing BTO Coatings to PhotonicsScaling Up Silica for the PLC Market Folding 50 Layers into OneSingle Pass CoatingCVD and FHD Quality at 10% the CostRiding the Erbium WaveEnriched with ErbiumMatching Silica's WavelengthConductive Shell Propagates LightErbium Dots Can Replace Bulkier ElectronicsGallium Edges Out Aluminum Competing with AluminumChanging TargetsHosting SemiconductorsIt's all in the Spin Staying Magnetic at High TemperaturesIon-Beam Injection Reveals AllPhotonics Technologies, Structural ImprovementsQuantum WellsCompound Semiconductor Alliance StruckWelsh Wafers with Laser and Telecom PedigreesModifying Bandgap To Integrate Multifunction Chip Setting Electron TrapsMaking the Atoms JumpDigging Better Quantum Wells Confining Electrons To Improve LasingThe Search for Bragg Mirror MaterialsNaturally; We're Creating Quantum-Dot ArraysDoping the Super-LatticeBreaking the Cybernetic Traffic JamGaAs Faster; Yet CoolerTechnology Is Easy; Finance Is HardNext Up; Monolithic Integrated ModulesPhotonics Technologies, Built-In PropertiesTungsten Crystals Make Bulbs EfficientHarnessing Wasted IR EnergyCrystallizing Tungsten Four-Fold Thermal Photovoltaic EfficienciesOn-the-Edge AbsorptionDownsizing to VisibilityNarrowing the Photonic Band GapMiniaturizing Photonic BandgapElectrical TuningImpedance Mismatch--a Key AttributeWhen Photon Meets ElectronIntegrating the Optical and the ElectricalHandles Well at High SpeedsThe Customer is Always SpecificPhotonics Technologies, Patents; Contacts; AwardsSelected Patents and ContactsUS PatentsContactsTechnical Insights AwardsTechnical Insights' 2003 Science and Technology Awards; Technology Innovation Technical Insights' 2003 Science and Technology Awards; Technology Leadership

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