Measure with Confidence: Optical Wavelength Measurement Fundamentals

Webinar Recording 


Learn about crucial fundamental concepts for optical wavelength measurements in this 45 minute session. We will discuss the principles behind optical wavelength measurements of optical sources and devices, as well as basic tips and tricks so you can measure with confidence. 

From this webinar, you will learn: 

  • Basic fiber handling techniques
  • Recommendations on accurately measuring both single mode and multimode fibers
  • Measurement techniques using various technologies; including diffraction grating based Monochrometers and Michelson Interferometers inside Optical Spectrum Analyzer's and Optical Wavelength Meters
  • Top ten considerations for Optical Spectrum Analyzers
  • Example wavelength specific applications ranging from visible light to over 3000nm used for telecommunications, bio medical, and atmospheric gas sensing

Speaker


Michael Kwok

Product Manager, Optical Test and Measurement
Yokogawa

Bio: Michael has close to 25 years of experience in the data acquisition/test and measurement industry and over 18 years of experience in the fiber optics sector. Michael has been conducting webinars and product training related to fiber optic testing since 2011. He has also been a member of the OSA (Optical Society of America) and a presenter as a member of the Industry Advisory Board for CIAN (Center for Integrated Access Networks), a research consortium involving 10 Universities. Michael has a degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor equivalent in Electrical Engineering from California State University, Chico.

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Mr. Jeff Melrose is the Principal Technology Strategist for Cybersecurity at Yokogawa Corporation of America and has over 20 years of experience in Computer Security. Prior to his assignment with Yokogawa, Mr. Melrose was a Principal Security Engineer at Lockheed Martin and Raytheon designing secure systems for the US Military.

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