microdisk

microdisk

[′mī·krō‚disk]
(computer science)
A small floppy disk with a diameter between 3 and 4 inches (7 and 10 centimeters). Also known as microfloppy disk.
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Topics addressed include photonic crystal-based resonators, pillar microcavities, crystalline WGM resonators in filtering and laser stabilization, polygonal-shaped microdisk resonators, electro-optic polymer ring resonators for millimeter-wave modulation and optical signal processing, organic micro-lasers, optical microfiber loop and coil resonators, optofluidic ring resonator biological and chemical sensors, crystalline microresonators for fabrication of a non-electronic wireless receiver with immunity to damage by electromagnetic pulses, cavity opto-mechanics, optical frquency comb generation in monolithic microresonators, bit rate limitations in single and coupled microresonators, and linear and nonlinear localization of light in optical slow-wave structures.
However, those clever people at Trekstor have solved the problem with their new Microdisk storage.
Simulation on the melt flow injected into a microdisk cavity was performed and experimental investigations were conducted to verify the simulation results.
He has made important accomplishments in such diverse areas as light scattering from semiconductors and liquid helium, laser diagnostics of tokomak plasmas for fusion studies, squeezed state generation and the application of squeezed states to sensitive measurement, whispering-gallery mode microdisk lasers, and optical pulse propagation in nonlinear media.
The basic Lisa 2 has 512K bytes of random access memory and one microdisk drive.
Deformed wavelength-scale microdisk lasers with quantum dot emitters.
These microdisk lasers operate in what researchers call a "whispering gallery" mode, named for the way words whispered at one location near the interior wall of a circular, domed chamber can be readily overheard anywhere else along the wall.
Once the microdisk lasers are formed, the lasers' substrate (the indium phosphide [InP] platform on which the indium gallium arsenide phosphide [InGaAsP] lasers were built) is etched away.
Calluna Plc, the Scottish microdisk drive manufacturer, admitted it couldn't afford another setback after disappointing shareholders again, this time with poor financial results.
PTG), announced today shipment of its RAIDIONplus disk arrays and MICRODISK subsystem products incorporating state-of-the-art 18-Gbyte Ultra SCSI drives.
A variety of popular, low-cost interfaces such as Secure Digital(tm), Memory Stick(R), Universal Serial Bus (USB), and MicroDisk, can serve as luggable media.
Atherly was a Finance and Operations Manager at MicroDisk Services, a manufacturing firm serving the software industry.