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ILX Lightwave Corp. of Bozeman, Mont., has awarded $10,000 worth of ultralow-noise laser diode instrumentation to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to enhance experimental research there. Dr. Lynford Goddard, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, will use the equipment to study a family of reflective photonic devices based on a distributed Bragg reflector in a microring resonator. The company provided 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.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2011
AmericasBusinessdistributed Bragg reflectorIllinoisILX Lightwave Corporationlaser diode current sourcelaser diode instrumentationlaser diode mountslaser diodeslight speedLynford GoddardMicroring resonatorMontanaopticsreflective photonicstemperature controllerUniversity of Illinoislasers

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