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Lumera to Develop Polymer Devices for DARPA

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Photonic communications company Lumera Corp. of Bothell, Wash. announced that it has been awarded a DARPA Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to design and fabricate electro-optic polymer devices. The initial contract amount is $98,933, but the company could receive a subsequent contract of approximately $750,000 if certain milestones are met, Lumera said. "The final goal and end product of the contract will be to economically produce high bandwidth, small chip, stable, low voltage, low loss, ultralinear high-EO (electro-optic) -coefficient polymer directional coupler modulators," said Raluca Dinu, PhD, vice president, Electro-Optic unit.
Mar 2008
1. A localized fracture at the end of a cleaved optical fiber or on a glass surface. 2. An integrated circuit.
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