Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3
- Telecommunications Svcs & Equip
- Telecommunications Equip
- Material Composite
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IPSCIO Record ID: 28845
â€œElectro-Optic Modulatorâ€ means an integral device capable of using an electrical signal to modulate a laser light source at high speed commonly employing, but not limited to, a Mach-Zehnder design, examples of which are generally represented (and referenced herein for illustrative purposes only) by the following commercially available products Lucent Technologies Part Numbers 2623N, 2623 CSA, JDS Uniphase Part Numbers 25150-002280, 25150-002281, DZ150-002282, DZ150-002283, PM-150-080-50-1-1-C2 and SDL Integrated Optics Ltd. Part Numbers IOAP-MOD 9140, 9189, 9201, 9203
United States Provisional Patent Application filed on or about July 24, 2000 entitledâ€œHyperpolarizable Organic Chromophores,â€ Serial Number 60/220312
Optical networks for voice, data and related telecommunications communications;
Optical computing applications and holographic opt
Beam steering, control and scanning; and
Commercial and defense radar, guidance, and sensing systems.
Licensee desires to advance the development of a new class of nonlinear optical (NLO) materials currently under development at the University that appear to offer the potential to enable a range of light modulation components and systems for a variety of optical processing and communications applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1694
A method and apparatus for establishing an intelligent demarcation between facility and terminal segments of a synchronous optical network. Network management information contained with the overhead structure of the synchronous optical network signal is extracted and manipulated in accordance with a predetermined user specification; overhead data may be translated, terminated, or passed unaltered as required. Overhead processing towards the facility and terminal segments need not be symmetrical. Payload information is passed unaltered although future provisions for encrypting payload data exist. Full performance monitoring is supported along with a built-in-test and diagnostic capability. The device may be both locally and remotely controlled and monitored. Remote control is implemented via the overhead information contained within the synchronous optical network signal.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1612