A light signal was launched into the input port of the wave guide
The different functions are separated into a wave guide
cut-off channel housing to provide the capability of controlling radiation and undesirable effects of enclosures.
The antibodies need aqueous solutions, so you have to do that in a water environment, that is you have to collect the samples and you have to have water solution on top of the wave guide
Conzone of Schott Glass Technologies, examined sodium aluminophosphate glass which, when doped with rare earth elements such as erbium and ytterbium, is used in optical and photonic sy stems such as laser sources, and in wave guide
A microwave plasma in argon is generated inside a pyrex tube by a 3-kW power supply in combination with a magnetron, wave guide
, and a resonant cavity.
Based on this principle, light can be trapped in a film that is sandwiched between a cover and a substrate, forming a wave guide
The acoustical pulse is sent through the wave guide
and carried by media such as twisted-pair wire to signal conditioners that will digitize the information for a computer.
The VideoWave II's home theatre features six woofers with acoustic wave guide
technology, Bose PhaseGuide sound radiator technology, digital signal processing, and Bose ADAPTiQ technology, which adjusts output depending on the room's dimensions and layout.
Alcatel will make available a 16-channel arrayed wave guide
at the end of 2Q'2000, the laser pumps are available immediately while the interface is expected at the end of 1Q'2000.
This technology makes possible an optical system-on-a-chip, a thin film optical wave guide
version of a bulk optical system.
Walker thinks it has detected oceanic earthquakes missed by the continental networks because the oceanic crust -- and perhaps the ocean, too -- acts as wave guide
, preventing seismic waves from traveling very far into the continents.