MEMS mirror


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MEMS mirror

A tiny mirror used to reflect beams of light in optical switches. See optical switch and MEMS.
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Other sources of commercial MEMS mirror chips are also available (8).
Fujitsu's development depends on MEMS mirrors to bounce light beams.
Tiny MEMS mirrors offer the ability to move light in confined spaces with great accuracy and low loss.
CALIENT's technology is based on its patented deep-silicon plasma etch process technology that is used to make 3D MEMS mirrors.
Soraa's LDs are designed to be compatible with all available display generating technologies including LCOS, scanning MEMS mirrors, DLP, and other diffractive approaches.
Soraa's LDs are well suited for all pico projector display generating technologies including LCOS, scanning MEMS mirrors DLP, and other diffractive approaches.
The C Speed MEMS mirrors enable high speed switching, deliver reliable performance over the long term and protect against vibration and shock.
TeraOp develops components based on fast, accurate MEMS mirrors and membranes for applications such as innovative VOAs, optical crossbars, very high frequency RF switches, and extremely linear scanning mirrors for quality mobile displays and scanners.
a leading developer of optical components based on very fast, accurate MEMS mirrors and membranes and a TranSwitch Corporation (NASDAQ: TXCC) affiliate company, today announced that the TVA-A and TVA-B Series Variable Optical Attenuators (VOAs) introduced at SUPERCOMM 2003 (see http://www.
Despite the fact that next-generation imaging systems and optical networking both use MEMS mirrors, the architectures required for displays are quite dissimilar from those used for optical switching.
a leading developer of optical components based on very fast, accurate MEMS mirrors and membranes and a TranSwitch Corporation (NASDAQ:TXCC) affiliate company, today announced the TVA-A and TVA-B families of Variable Optical Attenuators (VOAs) that enable cost effective implementation of new optical communications equipment.