Automated surface mounting of miniaturized optical elements

An automated surface mounting assembly procedure has been developed for mounting miniaturized optical elements. It is based on a low cost universal holding device, free space optical interconnection, and on-line adjustment of the elements. It is characterized by submicron mounting precision and excellent mechanical properties. Flexibility in the layout, simple handling, high packaging density render this technique suitable to low cost prototyping and mass production of optoelectronic devices. The possibility of mass production will allow a new class of optical systems to be conceived for the customer market


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Piscataway, NJ, USA
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IEEE
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Dept. de Microtechnique, Ecole Polytech. Fed. de Lausanne, Switzerland 6324781 automated surface mounting assembly miniaturized optical elements low cost universal holding device free space optical interconnection on-line adjustment submicron mounting precision layout flexibility high packaging density low cost prototyping mass production optoelectronic devices 2D layout soldering in-situ alignment
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