Optical Sources, Detectors, and Systems
Fundamentals and ApplicationsBy
- Robert Kingston
The audience includes researchers, graduate and post-graduate students, and practicing engineers and scientists dealing with optical and optoelectronic devices and their applications in both the physics and engineering communities. Thus, along with individual buyers, the market includes industry, bookstores, and libraries. Although it might be used by college juniors and seniors specializing in optics and optical engineering, reviewers of the text suggest it is better suited for adoption by graduate-level courses on optoelectronics, optical sources and systems, and optical detection. The mailing lists for the Optical Society of America and SPIE should be used (partly supplied by the author).
Hardbound, 198 Pages
Published: June 1995
Imprint: Academic Press
While the book emphasizes the fundamentals, it succeeds in covering a broad scope of topics well. Nearly every reader will find something new and useful here....In short, Optical Sources, Detectors, and Systems: Fundamentals and Applications is an excellent guide to designing and understanding radiometric systems and will be useful for students and systems engineers alike. It is practical, thorough, and a pleasure to read.
--OPTICS AND PHOTONICS NEWS