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A Brief Introduction to Customization

Author: Mark Klein, Vincent Forte, and Steve Hubert
Thursday, January 25, 2018
This five-part series is focused on optoelectronic customization, and how both emitter and detector components and assemblies can be specifically designed for customer applications, including in-depth analysis of materials, packaging, and testing. The goal of this series is to provide design engineers with details concerning customized components and assemblies, such as physical constraints and how to optimize electrical, optical, and thermal characteristics.
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