Description:  A few larger holes in Kyoto University's optical waveguide allow specific wavelengths of light to leak up through the surface of the chip. This provides an inexpensive way to divide light into different wavelengths, an important capability for tele- communications.
Source:  Kyoto University
Story:  Holey chips channel light
TRN November 22, 2000
TRN Categories:  Optical Computing, Optoelectronics and Photonics
Form:  Still

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