- n a hollow metal conductor that provides a path to guide microwaves; used in radar
- But by changing the position of the dangling waveguide that feeds radio energy from above, it can be swung electronically 20 north or south of vertical.
- Private company based in Meylan, France CEO: Antoine Kevorkian What it does: Produces highly compact fiber-network components, such as Erbium-doped waveguide amplifiers.
- Commercial antennas can be used to extend the range, but hot-spot enthusiasts prefer to make their own waveguide antennas or "cantennas"--so nicknamed because the simplest of them .
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- Elliot Scientific Boosts Cold Atom Science in the UK: Introducing Laser Products from Vescent ...
Elliot Scientific is pleased to announce that we are now able to offer laser products from Vescent Photonics to researchers in the UK and Ireland. Vescent Photonics is a technology driven organisation developing and manufacturing novel electro-optic, waveguide, and laser technologies. Key research areas Vescent products are used in are: • Magneto-Optical Traps (MOT) for laser-cooling of ...
June 11, 2013 - ThomasNet