Phononic in Detectors & Sensors
A fully connected IoT (Internet of Things) is becoming a reality, and detectors and sensors are crucial to enabling a smart world. These tiny, powerful instruments allow devices to sense, understand, and interact with their environments. But, in many implementations, they may need thermoelectric cooling to maintain peak performance and permit the development of new functionality. Phononic TECs (thermoelectric coolers) deliver lower power consumption and higher heat pumping density than alternatives, for optimal cooling performance.
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Addressing Reliability in LiDAR Systems with Thermoelectric Cooling
LiDAR technology is useful for autonomous vehicles to create a virtual map of the area around a vehicle to measure velocity and provide data communication.
Top Takeaways from CIOE 2019
After attending CIOE 2019, an event focused on advancing state-of-the-art optical communications, our team shares its major notes and takeaways.
Cooled Optics in NG-PON2 Deployment
Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 2 (NG-PON2) is a network standard capable of delivering throughput of up to 40Gbit/s across the network.
Addressing Reliability in a Non-Hermetic Laser Package
Cooled non-hermetic laser packages are one way of cutting costs while meeting the performance requirements of those demands.