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Fundamentals of Photonics (Wiley Series in Pure and Applied Optics) (Anglais) Relié – 9 mars 2007

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Book by Saleh Bahaa E A Teich Malvin Carl

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The Go-To Reference 15 novembre 2009
Par emonger - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book! They assigned/suggested this book as a study guide for the preliminary exams in my Ph.D. program, and it has remained my go-to reference ever since. It consists of chapter-length (or longer) treatments of topics that warrant their own textbooks and graduate classes, but they always contain the most essential information, clearly explained.

I have the 1st edition, but it looks like I will now have to order the 2nd edition too. This book is just completely indispensable for students and professionals in the field.

Trivia: Fundamentals of Photonics makes a cameo appearance in "Spiderman 2" during a sequence when Peter Parker is hitting the books.
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Part of Saleh and Teich's great legacy - a truly classic text 10 juillet 2007
Par R. G. W. Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you could only have one general photonics book - this is the one to have. It must have been a 'labor of love' to write - and it is truly outstanding in its comprehensiveness and clarity.

I use it constantly - wouldn't be without it.
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Fundamentals of Photonics 6 septembre 2010
Par PJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
You don't have to have a PhD in physics to understand the material in this book. All you need is a basic understanding of calculus and physics (electricity and magnetism). The book is well-written and full of good example problems. The graphics are very clear and laid-out well. To put things into perspective, there is also some coverage of the historical aspects of the field.
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I love this book and highly recommend it! 19 mai 2013
Par Mordechai K - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I used this textbook in my Photonics first-year graduate class, and have been consulting it since for anything it covers, even the topics we didn't cover in class. It's a superb book, and if you have any excuse to buy it, do so!
-It is clear. This is a big deal. Equations are explained; concepts are elucidated, and the variables are clearly defined. (There's even an index in the back describing what each variable is used for--in the whole book!) Color pictures are useful, although perhaps not strictly necessary.
-It is comprehensive. As my librarian said, "That looks big enough to kill somebody with"--it is a huge book (although a bit annoying to carry around). It covers all the topics you would want, and does a very good job.
-It is modern. It addresses the topics you would want to find in a modern book. It doesn't include outdated function-tables or methods (e.g. the Cornu spiral), now that computers do all of that.
-It is correct. There are few, if any, typos in the book.
-Cost. It is expensive, no getting around that. That said, I'll be using it for years.
-The problems may not be exactly what you need for your course. The few examples that it has are worked out well, and hopefully your professor will guide you through the problems.
-Derivations are not always present or worked through; this is more of an engineering textbook than a physics one.
In short, I highly recommend this book! In fact, I wish that all physics & engineering textbooks took this model of writing. The authors managed to make it suitable both for a class and for teaching it to yourself, without being too verbose.
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A very good reference book 12 juillet 2007
Par Anup Pandey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I found out about this book when I was looking for some materials on Photonics Switching and Computing. These topics and All-Optical Switches and Bistable Optical Switches, Optical Interconnections are covered in Chapter 21
But Chapter 22 containing Fiber-Optic Communication is very brief and for more detail one needs to go look for Kaiser's book.
All in all this book tries to encompass all the components in PHOTONICS and in doing so lacks the depth in some topics. But the good thing is that the references and journal publications are listed at the end of each chapter.
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