refractive power

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refractive power

The degree to which a transparent body deflects a ray of light from a straight path.
See: diopter
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Out-of-specification optical power parameters are the most common mechanism causing catastrophic failure or excess error rate in optical links.
Therefore, without increasing the optical power levels of master lasers, the strength of optical signal from slave laser can be tuned with the help of bias currents [20].
But for more simplicity, writing SN[R.sub.k] in terms of the total average optical power of the combined signal is vital.
Figure 3(b) demonstrates the relationship of input optical power and radiation microwave power at different situations.
These simulations use three visualizers namely optical power meter to measure the power received in both (dBm) and Watts, optical spectrum analyzer which provide the facility to analyze the optical spectrum, finally BER analyzer automatically calculates the BER value.
The 80mil blue chips are available in standard wavelengths from 445 to 460nm, with options up to 470nm additionally available upon request, and deliver up to 4000mW of optical power at 450nm in typical ceramic packaging.
Optical power delivered by the fiber is used to supply energy to the heating element, while the optical sensor within the same fiber measures the heat transfer from the heating element and transmits it back.
A novel priority token-based optical arbitration scheme is proposed to manage the optical power gating and access admission.
Other features of the 1550 nm pulsed laser diode module include optical power at 500 mW, a threshold current of 70 mA, and a typical forward voltage of 2V to a maximum of 3V.
It is capable of producing a UV dose of 60mJ/[cm.sup.2] at a flow of 0.5 gpm (1.891pm) with only 50mW of optical power. These results were repeated at two independent laboratories using the Bacteriophage MS2 virus as a subject, and represent a significant improvement from UV-C LED research presented over the last decade.
In this paper, we focus the investigation on the effects of optical power intensity and vapor cell temperature variations on the sensitivity and bandwidth of the optical Mx magnetometer.

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