Scientists from the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology collaborated with the Eindhoven University of Technology and the University of L'Aquila and achieved a groundbreaking data rate of 22.9 petabits per second using a solitary optical fiber.
The capacity of quantum-based systems is quick in computing and stronger in encryption for computation and communication systems.
The absence of seismic stations offshore of densely populated coastlines—where some of the world’s most seismically active places are located—poses a significant barrier to earthquake early warning systems (EEW).
Electrical signals play a critical role in governing numerous functions within the human body, including transmitting messages between brain neurons, triggering the heart's muscle contractions, and enabling movement in the hands and feet, among other vital processes.
STL, a leading global optical and digital solutions company, today formally announced the launch of its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Lugoff, South Carolina - The Palmetto Plant.
According to a new study reported, scientists at a field site in Victoria, Australia are among the first to make use of fiber optic distributed acoustic sensing (DAS) for high-accuracy tracking of induced seismicity from a small carbon dioxide (CO2) injection.
The current idea of smart cities based on the Internet of Things needs to be established, and this requires the real-time monitoring of facilities, particularly large facilities (such as rail transit systems, large bridges, and buildings), which can supply information regarding their surrounding environment and allow for the assessment of their health conditions.
Optical Surfaces Ltd has developed a new modular approach enabling simple set-up of a larger diameter beam expander assembly aligned to your optical experiment.
When optical beams comprising photons tend to travel via fibers, they lead to vibrations that produce acoustic waves, consisting of phonons.
Considerable progress for drug discovery, industrial processes, and optoelectronics could be yielded by engineering novel molecules and materials with specific properties.