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Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics
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Volume 12, Issue 6 - Dec 2001
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Effects of the decorrelation on the coincidence detection with correlated photons in a parametric down-conversion
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 431~436
The effect of decorrelation on the coincidence is investigated with correlated photons produced by parametric down-conversion process. The degree of correlation between photon pairs is adjusted by changing the polarization dependent transmissivities of thin glass plate\ulcorner in front of two detectors. It was found that the single counts of each detectors are proportional to the transmissivity and the coincidence is proportional to the product of transmissivities of the glasses in front of two detectors.
Enhanced evanescent field force on Mie particles by coupling with surface plasmons
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 437~445
We examine theoretically the properties of the force on Mie particles induced by evanescent fields at a system of multilayer films (including a metal film), at which the surface plasmon resonance is excited by a p-polarized plane electromagnetic wave. An expression of the surface plasmon-coupled evanescent fields produced in Kretschmann (or Sarid) geometry is expanded in terms of vector spherical wave functions, while multiple reflections between the Mie particle and the metal boundary are taken into account. The Cartesian components of the force on Mie particles by the evanescent fields are analytically formulated and numerically evaluated. The force components are increased by one or two orders of magnitude at metal boundaries over those at dielectric boundaries. As a result, we can confirm the possibility of stable manipulation or rotation of a finite-sized object by forces of surface plasmon-coupled evanescent fields.
Construction of laser induced grating spectrometer and measurement of thermal grating in
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 446~451
We made a laser induced grating spectrometer(LIGS) and measured the thermal grating signal generated in a
flame. The thermal grating was formed in the C7Ha flame with two second-harmonic Nd:YAG pulse laser beams, and an LIGS signal was generated by Bragg scattering of a probe laser beam A
+.laser(488 nm). We found the modulation period of the signal depends linearly on the spacing of the grating set in the flame. We determined flame temperature by fitting the modulated signal and soot concentration with signal strength. Using this technique, we also obtained temperature profile and soot-particle distribution in a
flame .e .
A study on the evaluation and improvement of ICC e far domestic CRT color monitors
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 452~459
ICC profiles of output devices are necessary to solve the problem of color inconsistency between output devices. Therefore, output device manufacturers are offering ICC profiles that encode each model\`s color characteristics according to the specification decided in ICC (International Color Consortium). In this study, a program that can decode data of ICC profile was composed and evaluated the present condition of ICC profile files of domestic CRT monitor. As a result of comparing the ICC profiles of various model\ulcorner selling since 1999 from LG and Samsung companies, it was found that ICC profiles that are made at a similar time are the same regardless of model\`s specification and in some profiles, extraordinary data are saved. Accordingly, it can be said that current ICC profiles are made independently of the real monitor\`s color characteristics. This paper shows how color characteristics of a real monitor are affected by the control of brightness and color temperature, and proposes that the ICC profile has to be made from the data. measured in the optimum brightness state at each color temperature setting.
Analysis of IR lens mounting with elastomer
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 460~462
We have analyzed the characteristics of IR lens mounting with elastomer and applied the results to the mounting of a silicon lens with diameter 117 mm which is the objective of a thermal imaging system. The elastomer, the 577 primerless silicone adhesive (Dow Corning Co.) which is heat cure type, and the mount material, A16061 are used for our analysis. Theoretical analysis gives the result that the space between lens and mount is required to be more than 250
under the operational temperature conditions of -40~+6
A study on the pressure characteristics of FFPI pressure sensor using the Si diaphragm
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 463~467
In this study, we developed a FFPI (fiber optic Fabry-Perot interferometer) pressure sensor using the Si diaphragm which measures pressure in vivo. The diaphragm and its supporting structure were etched in KOH solution and were fabricated with micromachining technology. For the configuration of the sensor, the length of the cavity of the Fabry-Perot etalon is 15 mm and one end of the etalon was bonded to a Si diaphragm with 507m thickness. When the area of the Si diaphragm was 2
2 mm2 (cavity length 15 mm), it turns out that the pressure sensitivity was about 1.5 degree/kPa. The pressure sensor developed in this study showed that the phase change was linearly proportional to the increasing pressure in the range of 80 kPa.
Cell gap measurement method far single-polarizer reflective liquid crystal cells
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 468~471
A novel method to measure the cell gap of a single-polarizer reflective twisted nematic liquid crystal (TN LC) cell by using a rotating polarizer technique is proposed. By rotating an LC cell, we can measure the cell gap of an LC cell as well as the wavelength dependence of retardation under the condition that the twist angle is known.
Determination of optical constants and thickness of organic electroluminescence thin films using variable angle spectroscopic ellipsometry
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 472~478
We determined the optical constants and thickness of organic electroluminescence thin films using variable angle spectroscopic ellipsometry. Using the measured transmittance spectra and the spectroscopic ellipsomeoy data of the organic films on glass substrates in the optically transparent region, we determined the effective thickness and the refractive indices of organic thin films. Then by applying a numerical inversion method to variable angle spectro-ellipsometry data, we determined the complex refractive index at each wavelength including the optically absorbing region, as well as the thickness and surface micro-roughness of the organic thin films. The calculated transmittance spectra showed a tight agreement with the measured ones, confining the validity of the present model analysis.
Calculation of band structures and dispersion surfaces in two-dimensional photonic crystals using the FDTD method
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 479~484
The analysis of photonic band gaps and anomalous dispersion phenomena in photonic crystals requires understanding of band structures and dispersion surfaces. We show the results of the calculation of band structures and dispersion surfaces for a few two- dimensional lattices, using the finite-difference time-domain method with periodic boundary conditions. In addition, localized defect modes the exist within the band gap are computed by the same method.
Fabrication and characteristics of mechanically induced long-period fiber gratings
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 485~488
The transmission spectra, the wavelength tunability. and the polarization characteristics of mechanically induced long-period fiber gratings (LPFG's) are investigated experimentally and analyzed theoretically. The transmission and mode coupling characteristics of the fabricated LPFG's agree well with the theoretical results. The resonant wavelengths at which the mode coupling occurs can be tuned over 180 nm and the peak wavelengths for of oethogonally polarized lights are split by -9 nm.
Optimum design and analysis of a diode side-primped Nd:YAG laser with a diffusive reflector
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 489~495
We developed a design code for a diode side-pumped Nd:YAG laser with a diffusive reflector to investigate the optimum design conditions resulting in homogeneous absorption distribution and efficient laser output power. By including the thermal tensing effect in the calculation of the laser output power, the calculated output powers were in fairly good agreement with the experimental results within the stable resonator condition. The calculation method can be used effectively for a diode side-pumped Nd:YAG laser in choosing the optimum design parameters and in predicting the laser output power.
Generation of non-diffraction beam with annular laser output beam
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 496~502
We generated a nondiffracting beam and investigated its intensity profile on propagation. We first obtained an annular output beam from Nd:YAG laser with a negative branch unstable ring resonator and, using a 1m focal length lens, we generated a Bessel- Gauss beam. The inner radius of the annular output beam was 2.57 mm and the ring width was 0.145 mm. The intensity profile of the nondiffracting beam did not show any appreciable diffraction up to 33 m distance from the focal lens. This result was compared with the theory.
The characteristics of terahertz electromagnetic pulses by electrical and optical parameters.
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 503~506
When DC voltages from 5 V up to 90 V are applied to a transmitter chip excited by an ultrafast lacer beam, the terahertz electromagnetic pulses and their spectra are changed. The spectrum shifts to the high frequency range when the high DC voltage is applied to the chip. At that time, the signal-to-noise ratio is increased from 250: 1 to 10,000: 1. The spectrum can expand up to 4 THz by optimal realignment of the THz system. Also, two terahertz electromagnetic pulses are generated from a receiver chip when the laser detection beam is reflected to the back side of the chip.
Stability of average soliton propagation in a nonlinear amplifying loop mirror
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 507~510
A numerical analysis based on the nonlinear Schroedinger equation is presented to analyze the propagation stability of the average soliton in a simple nonlinear amplifying loop mirror. The ratio of amplification period to soliton period and the length fraction of the erbium-doped fiber in the loop are varied to investigate their effects on the soliton stability. It is observed that stable soliton propagation is obtained even when the amplification period is only slightly shorter than the soliton period when the length fraction of the erbium-doped fiber in the loop is small, which is different from the previously published condition for stable average soliton propagation.
Optical system design fur head mounted display using diffractive optical elements
Korean Journal of Optics and Photonics, volume 12, issue 6, 2001, Pages 512~518
In this paper, the geometrical properties of the optical system for Head Mounted Display (HMD) were investigated. Also, this work deals with the concept for an optical system design bated on Diffractive Optical Elements (DOE). In designing the optical system for HMD, it is considered that the optical system should have compact, high performance, and comfortable properties while user sees the picture. In order to satisfy these requirements, we applied DOE and aspheric surfaces to the lens so that correction of color and monochromatic aberrations could be obtained. Also, the design and evaluation for the optical system were carried out using the generalized model of the human eye. Finally, it was expected to fulfill all the requirements of an HMD system.