By Abdul Al-Azzawi
Advanced production for Optical Fibers and built-in Photonic Devices explores the theoretical rules and commercial practices of high-technology production. targeting fiber optic, semiconductor, and laser items, this book:
- Explains the basics of ordinary, high-tech, quick, and additive production workshops
- Examines the creation strains, strategies, and fresh rooms wanted for the producing of products
- Discusses the high-technology production and deploy of fiber optic cables, connectors, and active/passive devices
- Describes non-stop development, waste aid via 5S software, and management’s obligations in aiding production
- Covers Lean production methods, product development, and place of work safeguard, in addition to internal/external and ISO auditing
- Offers a step by step procedure entire with various figures and tables, unique references, and a thesaurus of terms
- Employs the overseas method of devices (SI) through the text
Advanced production for Optical Fibers and built-in Photonic units presents the newest production achievements and their functions within the high-tech zone. encouraged by way of the author’s broad commercial event, the booklet presents a entire evaluate of up to date production technologies.
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2. Check alignment. 3. Clean tube and centerpiece surfaces. 4 dB): 1. Recleave output fiber. 2. Check alignment. 3. Possible contamination (dirt) or air bubbles in epoxy. 4. Remove epoxy and check tube to centerpiece alignment for angles. 5. Check for change in input tube reading. Good loss with large gaps: 1. Lens length on centerpiece may be incorrect. The loss goes up during cure: 1. Device not optimized properly to lowest possible value. 2. Tube too close to a centerpiece (gap too small). 3.
Switch on the temperature controller and set oven temperature to 23°C. Reference the PS meter output based on document ENG-VI-3456 on a regular basis as required, ensuring accurate reading. b. Put the hybrid device to be tested into the device holder inside the temperature controller. c. Check worksheet for device input and output port of insertion loss. Put output fiber to a fiber plug and put the fiber plug into the PS meter detector. d. Connect the connector of a pigtail to the PS meter output source.
Iv. When the “heat on” light goes off, the joint is cured. The “remote on” light should also have gone off. v. Release the top clamp. vi. Lower the clamp of the alignment arm on the right. g. Left cure: i. Place the curing arm over the glue joint to be cured on the left-hand side (tube to centerpiece). ii. , channel 1. iii. Connect the fiber of port 1 to the common laser and the fiber of port 2 to the power meter if it is not already connected. iv. Turn on the auto aligner and press the “heater” button.
Advanced manufacturing for optical fibers and integrated photonic devices by Abdul Al-Azzawi