ES.1. Summary of Findings: Status of Optoelectronics in Japan and the U.S.

2.1. Activities, by Manufacturer, of Japanese Components and Systems Supporting Telecommunications, Cable Television, and Data-Link Systems
2.2. Relative Position of Japanese Research, Manufacturing, and Development in Activities Related to Telecom, CATV, and Data-Link Systems

3.1. Optical Storage Research and Development Areas
3.2. Relative Optical Storage Technology Status, U.S. and Japan

4.1. Laser Diode Types
4.2. Status of Integrated Optics and Packaging in Japan Compared to U.S.

5.1. Japanese Diode Laser Efforts
5.2. New Optoelectronic Materials Efforts In Japan
5.3. Japanese Device Technology Relative to U.S. Technology

6.1. Optical Sensor Measurands
6.2. Advantages of Optical Sensors
6.3. Fiber-optic Temperature Sensor Performance
6.4. Fiber-Optic Gyroscope Requirements, by Grade
6.5. Best Performance Levels of Various Optical Sensor Types
6.6. Optical Sensor Technology Status, Japan Compared to the United States

7.1. Value of Shipments, Japanese Optoelectronics Industry, 1987-199
7.2. Optoelectronics R&D; Spending by U.S. Firms, 1989-1993
7.3. U.S. government-Funded R&D; by Funding Organization
7.4. Optoelectronic Technologies Eligible for the Key Technologies Research and Development Tax Credit, 1994

Published: February 1996; WTEC Hyper-Librarian