Optical Concepts wins contract to develo¥receiver arrays

The US Air Force Rome Laboratories (Bedford, MA) has awarded a $59,969 Phase I SBIR grant to Optical Concepts Inc. (OCI, Lompoc, CA) for the development of high-speed optical receiver arrays. During the six-month program, OCI will produce passively aligned indium gallium arsenide/indium phosphide (InGaAs/InP) receiver arrays for operation at 1310 and 1550 nm. Featuring multichannel capabilities, the arrays are expected to allow the use of fiber ribbon cables in multichannel telecommunication hub

Oct 1st, 1995

Optical Concepts wins contract to develo¥receiver arrays

The US Air Force Rome Laboratories (Bedford, MA) has awarded a $59,969 Phase I SBIR grant to Optical Concepts Inc. (OCI, Lompoc, CA) for the development of high-speed optical receiver arrays. During the six-month program, OCI will produce passively aligned indium gallium arsenide/indium phosphide (InGaAs/InP) receiver arrays for operation at 1310 and 1550 nm. Featuring multichannel capabilities, the arrays are expected to allow the use of fiber ribbon cables in multichannel telecommunication hubs. Other applications include data communications.

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