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VOLUME 15
NUMBER 5
OCTOBER 2001

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In this Issue . . .

President's Column

Editor's Comments

Annual Meeting Preview

Vice President’s Column

SPECIAL ISSUE PAPERS
A practical DBR laser based wave- length selectable DWDM source

External cavity diode lasers tuned with silicon MEMS

The road to multi-terabit/s WDM transmissions

Senior Members

Strategies for very dense WDM ULH terrestrial RZ systems over all types of fibre

Wavelength splitters for DWDM systems

GaInNAs, a new material for long wavelength VCSELs

Photonic network trends and impact on optoelectronic components

Tunable dispersion compensators based on optical allpass filters 20 Advances in modeling optical fiber transmission systems

Carrier-suppressed dispersion managed soliton transmission using Novel OTDM technique

Multi-terabit long haul DWDM transmission with VSB-RZ format

Recent advances in PLC functional devices

VCSELs in nonlinear spectroscopy

Keys to holographic data security

LEOS Graduate Student Fellowship Winners Announced

Awards and Recognitions at LEOS 2001

School of Optics/CREOL Seeks Nano-Photonics Faculty

Conference Calendar


LEOS Masthead

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