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Contents: October 2004 edition

21 Sep 2004

CRDS makes the leap out of the laboratory

Picarro plans to launch a portable CRDS gas sensor in 2005. James Tyrrell talks to the US-Canadian firm about the field testing of its robust, suitcase-sized technology.

CIP gives research centre a new lease of life

The Centre for Integrated Photonics describes itself as an open-style development facility for industry and academia alike. Jacqueline Hewett spoke to the UK firm's management team about its plans to become a self-sustaining business.

Photonics unlocks chip bandwidth bottleneck

The continuing rise in the speed of computer chips means that copper tracks on printed circuit boards could soon be unable to keep up. Oliver Graydon spoke to Intel about its plans for making the transition to high-speed optical interconnects.

Optical adhesives offer a clear answer

Wanting to bond a lens or a fibre-optic component? Detlef Heindl describes the different types of optical adhesives to ensure that you don't end up in a sticky mess. News This Month
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