Researchers Have Enhanced Capacity of Integrated Modulators by Using Optical Materials

In a recent study, researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have come up with a new method to fabricate and design integrated, on-chip modulator that is hundred times smaller and twenty times more efficient than the lithium niobite (LN) modulators used currently.

The research is explained in Nature. According to the senior author of the paper and the Tiantsai Lin Professor of Electrical Engineering at SEAS, says that the research reveals the essential technological advancements in integrated photonics. He also added by saying that their platform can help in generating large scale, swift, and ultra-low-loss photonic circuits. It will also help in assisting different types of applications for quantum and classical photonic computation and communication in the forthcoming years.

The Harvard’s Office of Technology Development (OTD) has worked intimately with the Loncar Lab to initiate a startup company, HyperLight. The entire intention of this startup was to commercialize a portfolio of foundational intellectual property associated with this research. OTD’s Physical Sciences & Engineering Accelerator did the funding for the technology toward the introduction of HyperLight. Generally, OTD provides funding for research projects that indicate the potential for substantial commercial impact.

Lithium niobate modulators are the strength of today’s telecommunication, as it helps in changing electronic data to optical information in fiber optic cables. Nevertheless, usual LN modulators are expensive, bulky, and require a large amount of power. These modulators need a voltage of 3 to 5 volts that is much high than provided by CMOS circuitry that provides nearly 1 volt. Thus, additional power consuming amplifiers are required to push the modulators, badly limiting chip-scale optoelectronic integration.

Concern Regarding Soldier’s Safety to Stimulate Global Ceramic Armor Market, Notices TMR Research

San Francisco, California, September 26, 2018: Need for efficient and innovative materials to provide a better armor which is likely to provide safety is rising the product demand for ceramic armor market, notices TMR Research. In a report titled, “Ceramic Armor Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 – 2028”, analysts of the report have provided detailed analysis on the complete overview of the market.

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Increasing military warfare is likely to provide a positive influence on the growth of market. Government of various countries are aiming on finding a better substitute for legacy military vehicles. This has tuned up the spending for defense. Such changes are anticipated to create a lucrative growth opportunities for the armor market in years to come. These have led to manufacturers to go for a strategic partnership to increase their production in order to meet the demands. Increasing focus on the safety of soldier safety as well as soldier survivability is augmenting the demand for double – sided combat uniforms and modular tactical vests. Aggressive development in the ammunition and weapon systems is peddling the market to grow.

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Advantages associated with the use of ceramic armors such as low weight, better alternative to steel, design flexibility resistance against creep and stress rupture at temperature till 1650 degree Celsius, are propelling the armor industry to pick ceramic over other material to manufacture armor. Rising terrorism activities across the globe is fueling the growth of the market. North America holds a significant share in the market due to hefty contribution from the U.S. North America is home for numerous ceramic armor companies, this provides them a massive edge over its competitors. However, in future, Asia Pacific is likely to see an unprecedented demand due to rising border disputes among countries.