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ILX Lightwave Donates Instruments to University

Photonics.com
Mar 2011
BOZEMAN, Mont., March 9, 2011 — ILX Lightwave Corp. announced the donation of $10,000 worth of ultralow-noise laser diode instrumentation to the University of Illinois to enhance its experimental research.

Dr. Lynford Goddard, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, will use the equipment to study a novel family of reflective photonic devices based on a distributed Bragg reflector in a microring resonator.

The laser diode instrumentation company donated an ultralow-noise laser diode current source, temperature controller and laser diode mounts.

Over the past five years, ILX Lightwave has donated $20,000 in equipment annually to colleges and universities. It has begun accepting applications for the 2012 award.

For more information, visit: www.ilxlightwave.com 


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