Basic ElectroOptics for Electrical Engineers by Glenn D. Boreman

By Glenn D. Boreman

Introduces imaging, radiometry, assets, detectors, and lasers, with designated emphasis on flux-transfer concerns. The first-order strategy permits scholars to make back-of-the-envelope calculations wanted for preliminary set-up of optical equipment. meant for college students and beginners to electro-optics.


- Preface
- Geometrical Optics
- Modulation move Function
- Radiometry
- assets of Radiation
- Detectors
- Lasers
- Index

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Irradiance example. Radiometry / 35 Exitance is used to calculate the total power radiated from an emitting surface. For example, let the radiating surface have an emitting area (1 mm)2, and a uniform exitance of 3 W/cm2. 6) $=AxM. Note that the power @ in Eq. 6) is the totaI power that would be collected by a hemisphere that bounds the radiating surface, as seen in Fig. 5. The distribution of irradiance over the surface of the hemisphere is not uniform, as we will see in the description of radiance.

3. Spectral responsivity for an ideal photon detector, plotted in photon units and in energy units. , A/(photon/s). Each photon produces the same amount of response, as long as the photon has enough energy to bridge the gap. $L (h)is plotted as a function of energy-derived units, a linear increase in responsivity is seen up to h,,,. For photons with h = 1 Fm, 1 W = 5 x 10l8 photonsh, for Detectors I 59 photons with h = 10 pm, 1 W = 50 x lo1*photonds. If the sensor responds equally on a per-photon basis, it will appear to have a factor of 10 higher responsivity at 10 pm than at 1 pm, if the spectral responsivity is plotted in energy-derived units.

Thermal detectors absorb the energy of the photon as heat. This heat causes a temperature rise in the sensing element. The sensing element has some temperaturedependent electrical property, such as resistance. The change in this electrical property as a function of input flux level is measured by an external circuit. Photon detectors use the energy of the photon not as heat, but to increase the energy of a charge carrier, so that the carrier makes an electronic transition across a forbidden energy gap.

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