Optoelectronics Laboratory

The laboratory teaches basic optical principles, processes, and techniques, such as the generation and transmission of light along optical routes, laser, holography, and data transmission by light. The lab operates high-end instruments designed for intensive professional use within relevant branches of industry.

Main activities

  • Teaching fundamental and applied optics

Laboratory equipment

  • Spectrometer educational kit
  • Michelson interferometer
  • Demonstration kit to teach:
  • quantum effects
  • Fourier optics
  • quantum measurements
  • polarization and 3D technologies
  • Signal and serial data transmission system AWS 3000, with tools to measure its operating properties
  • Auxiliary module ADS 3000, including tools to measure its operating properties
  • Devices and methodologies to assess or simulate fiber Bragg gratings
  • Fiber optical light source ELS-50, adjustable to 1,310; 1,490; and 1,550 nm
  • High precision power meters allowing reference value setting
  • Fiber optic attenuator: wavelength range <1250; 1625>; maximum attenuation 65 dB; compatible with SM - 9/125 fibers
  • Fiber laser source FLT4-S, adjustable to 850 and 1,310 nm
  • Fiber optic laser source FHS2T01 featuring triple wavelength operation (1,310; 1,490; 1,550 nm) and replaceable connectors of the FC/PC, SC/PC, and ST types
  • High precision fiber optic power meter with a reference value selector and replaceable connectors of the FC/PC, SC/PC, and ST types
  • Two-meter, stable He-Ne laser tube
  • Digital oscilloscope: 4 analog channels, bandwidth 60 MHz, sample rate 1 GS/s
  • Function/arbitrary waveform generator Keysight 33220A: single channel, 20 MHz
  • Fiber circulators
  • Beam splitters
  • Optical fiber collimators
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