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How can we use nano technology in photonic communication

How can we use nano technology in photonic communication

Transfer data at speed of light

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    Nanotechnology in photonics Nanotechnology in photonics Presentation Transcript

    • Nanotechnology in Photonics -Routing Information at the speed of light MONISH
    • Why photonics????
    • •Transmit information at the speed of light through photonics communication •To sort out the monstrous network of waves and cables
    • Basic networking system
    • Creating Nano size IDs(Encoding) •Photons are waves(Plank’s theory) •Only 1500nm wavelength is allowed in optical communication
    • Some insight… •Photonic band gap
    • Nano lasers(Amplification) • Using photonic band gap as optical cavity, high gain coherent beam is generated
    • Optical switching(Router) • Ring-router
    • Switching mechanism • There are two beams we have to keep track of- The signal beam (the one that either gets blocked or passed through the router). A switch beam (The one that turns the ring router on and off).
    • Mirrors (versatile routers) • When we change the direction that mirror faces, we change the direction that the information flows. • The following figure shows a fairly tiny mechanical solution: 256 mirrors on a few square cm of Silicon
    • Light steering: Nanotechnology at the wheel • To tightly regulate the angle of a mirror on the nano scale, electrostatic force is used
    • Applications • On –Chip data communication • Medical diagnostics • Fusion energy • Laser defense
    • CONCLUSION •Sending information at the speed of light is POSIBBLE through Photonics Communication using Nanotechnology as a tool.
    • References • Nanotechnology -Richard Booker, Earl Boysen. • IEEE Spectrum • www.azonano.com • www.nano.org.uk