2013 - OSA Fellows For contributions to the development of optoelectronic devices for lightwave transmission systems, including 1.3 µm LEDs, InP photodiodes and InP photonic integrated circuits.
Andrew Dentai spends much of his time researching Optoelectronics, Optics, Photonic integrated circuit, Wavelength-division multiplexing and Laser. His Optoelectronics study is mostly concerned with Photodiode, Semiconductor laser theory, Gallium arsenide, Light-emitting diode and Wavelength. His Photodiode study deals with Quantum efficiency intersecting with Avalanche photodiode.
His Optics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Optical transistor and Semiconductor. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Indium phosphide, Communication channel, Electronic engineering, Optical communication and Transmitter. His Wavelength-division multiplexing research includes elements of Photonics and Integrated circuit.
Andrew Dentai mainly focuses on Optoelectronics, Optics, Photonic integrated circuit, Laser and Photodiode. His study involves Gallium arsenide, Wavelength, Photodetector, Wavelength-division multiplexing and Heterojunction, a branch of Optoelectronics. His research in Wavelength tackles topics such as Semiconductor which are related to areas like Optical amplifier.
His Optics study combines topics in areas such as Modulation and Integrated circuit. Andrew Dentai has included themes like Phase-shift keying, Communication channel, Transmitter and Multiplexing, Electronic engineering in his Photonic integrated circuit study. His biological study deals with issues like Avalanche photodiode, which deal with fields such as Absorption.
His primary areas of study are Photonic integrated circuit, Optoelectronics, Transmitter, Electronic engineering and Wavelength-division multiplexing. His Photonic integrated circuit study deals with the bigger picture of Optics. His work investigates the relationship between Optics and topics such as Multi channel that intersect with problems in Optical switch.
His studies in Optoelectronics integrate themes in fields like Chip and Optical amplifier. His Transmitter research includes themes of Terabit, Optical communication, Bandwidth and L band. His work carried out in the field of Wavelength-division multiplexing brings together such families of science as Photonics, Telecommunications, Optical fiber, Integrated circuit and Reliability.
Andrew Dentai mostly deals with Photonic integrated circuit, Transmitter, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Optoelectronics and Phase-shift keying. Photonic integrated circuit is a subfield of Optics that he studies. His Transmitter study incorporates themes from Terabit and Chip.
His Wavelength-division multiplexing research focuses on Integrated circuit and how it relates to Semiconductor laser theory. His study in Diode, Light-emitting diode and Optical receivers is carried out as part of his Optoelectronics studies. He interconnects Keying and Optical fiber, Fiber transmission in the investigation of issues within Indium phosphide.
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Large-scale photonic integrated circuits
R. Nagarajan;C.H. Joyner;R.P. Schneider;J.S. Bostak.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (2005)
High-performance avalanche photodiode with separate absorption ‘grading’ and multiplication regions
J.C. Campbell;A.G. Dentai;W.S. Holden;B.L. Kasper.
Electronics Letters (1983)
Short-cavity InGaAsP injection lasers: Dependence of mode spectra and single-longitudinal-mode power on cavity length
Tien-Pei Lee;C. Burrus;J. Copeland;A. Dentai.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (1982)
InP Photonic Integrated Circuits
R Nagarajan;M Kato;J Pleumeekers;P Evans.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (2010)
Acceleration of gain recovery in semiconductor optical amplifiers by optical injection near transparency wavelength
J.L. Pleumeekers;M. Kauer;K. Dreyer;C. Burrus.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2002)
Waveguide avalanche photodiode operating at 1.55 μm with a gain-bandwidth product of 320 GHz
G.S. Kinsey;J.C. Campbell;A.G. Dentai.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2001)
Current Status of Large-Scale InP Photonic Integrated Circuits
F. A. Kish;D. Welch;R. Nagarajan;J. L. Pleumeekers.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (2011)
High-speed digital lightwave communication using LEDs and PIN photodiodes at 1.3 μm
D. Gloge;A. Albanese;C. A. Burrus;E. L. Chinnock.
Bell System Technical Journal (1980)
Power and modulation bandwidth of gaAs-AlGaAs high-radiance LED's for optical communication systems
Tien Lee;A. Dentai.
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (1978)
Carrier capture times in 1.5 μm multiple quantum well optical amplifiers
S. Weiss;J. M. Wiesenfeld;D. S. Chemla;G. Raybon.
Applied Physics Letters (1992)
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