This category provides market reports that cover optical technologies, G-MPLS control plane, optical networking systems, hyperfine WDM, mems, optical wavelength conversion, parallel optical interconnects, photonic ICs and more.
This report provides: An overview of the global markets for optical test equipment; Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2014, 2015, and projections of CAGRs through 2020; Breakdowns of the market by type, by form factor, by application, by end user and by geography; Discusson on current and future trends and analysis based on various competitive technologies; Value chain analysis; In-depth coverage of end uses including military and aerospace, oil and gas, automotive, energy, data centers, semiconductors and electronics, mining, and many others
Most physical properties can be sensed optically with fibers. Light intensity, displacement (position), temperature, pressure, rotation, sound, strain, magnetic field, electric field, radiation, flow, liquid level, chemical analysis, and vibration are just some of the phenomena that can be sensed. Fiber optic sensors have been used successfully for many years in military gyroscopes and hydrophones. However, their use in smart oil wells has been the key to enabling North America to be on a path to energy independence.
This report provides a detailed analysis of the overall laser diode market and segments the same on the basis of type, mode of operation, wavelength, application, and geography. The market segmented on the basis of wavelength includes near-infrared, red, blue, green, and others. The other wavelengths include ultra-violet (UV), violet, and yellow. Near-infrared wavelength is expected to hold the major market share among all wavelengths, while green laser diodes are expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 16.7% during the forecast period between 2015 and 2020.
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