Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition Laboratory

 

Fabrication of Fiber Optic Preform via MCVD    Our laboratory, under the direction of Dr. George Sigel, Jr., has been active in new and cutting edge research and development of Modified Chemical Vapor Deposition for fiber optic preforms.  New and innovative techniques are used for  various experimental glass compostions and geometries. 

 

  1. Equipment
  2. Unique Capabilities
  3. Services for Hire
  4. Pictures of Our Setup
  5. Lab Supervisor

 

Equipment:

 

Capabilities:

  • Rare Earth Preforms
  • Novel Composition Preforms
  • Metal Organic Precursor Delivery
  • Multicomponent glasses
  • Overcladding
  • Fire Polishing
  • Full Fiber Characterization Capabilities
    • Index Profile
    • Absorbtion
    • Cutback Loss
    • Numerical Aperature
    • Cutoff Wavelength
    • Fluorescence
    • Scattering

 

Services for Hire:

Pictures of Our Setup:

Cloride delivery system chelate delivery system collapse of preform controlpanel for MCVD

Polishing off end of high silica tube Preform during deposition through welding goggles Joining of two tubes for fabrication Mcvdcrew Dan, Bryan, Kevin, Jeff, Drew, Mike, and Dave

 

Lab Supervisors:

James Phillips

Ceramic and Materials Engineering

607 Taylor Road

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8065

Tele: 732 445 5186

Fax: 732 445 4545

jamesx@eden.rutgers.edu

 

Kevin Farley

Ceramic and Materials Engineering

607 Taylor Road

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8065

Tele: 732 445 5186

Fax: 732 445 4545

kffarley@eden.rutgers.edu