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May 13th, 2003

Photonic-bandgap technology moving out of the lab

Abstract:
Photonic-bandgap materials research is turning a corner. Some designs that are suitable for manufacturing processes surfaced at the recent Optical Fiber Conference, introducing a level of control and refinement for optical-network component designers.

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