Brief

June 7, 2021

TECs are driving the future of autonomous vehicles

LiDAR for autonomous vehicles is a groundbreaking technology that requires the absolute highest levels of performance and reliability to ensure their overall safety. 7781…

Data sheet

June 7, 2021

TECs for LiDAR

Phononic’s high-performance TECs efficiently cool LiDAR sensor components while reducing overall TOSA power consumption. 7777…

Design Guide

June 4, 2021

Designing TECs for Cost & Performance – 2nd Edition

Improve performance and lower component cost to keep your laser package competitive using our TECs. Learn more about TEC design for cost & performance!

Ebook

October 26, 2020

5G eBook

The rollout of 5G applications will require enormous amounts of fiber, and the lasers, detectors and other optical components that transmit signals along all of that fiber will need to be cooled.

Ebook

October 26, 2020

LiDAR eBook

LiDAR stands for light detection and ranging. It is also known as laser scanning. Learn more about our solutions for LiDAR to improve your remote sensing!

Article

January 16, 2020

2020 Top Trends and Predictions for the Opto Market

As the optoelectronics industry continues to see growth and anticipates more new technologies to be unveiled in the coming year, we can expect the same for optical communications.

Article

November 18, 2019

What is Spot Cooling?

Spot cooling provides temperature stability for sensitive electrical components and enables temperature control of the individual components in a larger system or subsystem.

Whitepaper

October 29, 2019

Addressing TEC Reliability for LiDAR Applications

LiDAR is one common navigation method used in self-driving cars, drones, and other autonomous vehicles. Reliability needs to be built into the core of any LiDAR system in order to ensure a high level of accuracy for self-driving cars, even…

Article

September 29, 2019

Addressing Reliability in LiDAR Systems with Thermoelectric Cooling

LiDAR technology is useful for autonomous vehicles to create a virtual map of the area around a vehicle to measure velocity and provide data communication.