binary optics

binary optics

[′bī·ner·ē ′äp·tiks]
(optics)
A technology that uses etching technology to produce optical elements with computer-generated microscopic surface relief patterns having two or more levels.
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The focus switches to devices in chapters discussing photovoltaic devices, optoelectronic devices, miniature solid-state lasers, optical modulators, optical fibers, ion-exchanged glass waveguides, design methodology for guided-wave photonic devices, optical data storage, holographic data storage, binary optics, and electronic displays.
Their mask-making expertise and experience with electron-beam technology and wet and plasma etch processing complements our technology and know-how in optics and enables JENOPTIK to consolidate its leadership role in Binary Optics.
Binary Optics Components often address the critical performance requirements of the systems they will become a part of.
Scott was also responsible for the development of binary optics lens fabrication processes at MIT Lincoln Labs during his 19 years with the US Air Force.
APA Optics is a high technology company engaged in the design and production of precision quality optical systems, binary optics and innovative optoelectronic devices.
The BOLS is based upon the company's established leadership in Computer Generated Holograms and Binary Optics.
The company believes that this Binary Optic Laser Scanner (BOLS) developed under SBIR programs from Eglin Air Force Base for laser radar application, will find many other commercial applications in several industries.
APA Optics continued with other business activities including optical design and production; binary optic/computer generated holograms and optoelectronic foundry services; binary optics beam splitter; and contract research and development.
APA Optics is a high technology company engaged in the design and production of precision quality optical systems, optics metrology equipment, computer generated holograms, binary optics and innovative optoelectronic devices.
The Company also continues to build several prototype binary optic laser scanners, to be delivered in the second quarter of fiscal 1995, for a manufacturer of laser marking systems.
Binary Optic Laser Scanner (BOLS) for both custom applications and BOLS based non-contact inspection and quality control system
In addition to providing valuable revenues for the company, these contracts directly support product development activities in binary optic and optoelectronics areas.