Data sheet

August 3, 2022

TECs for 400/800G and Beyond

Phononic’s high-performance TECs cool next- generation optical communications components and circuits while reducing overall power consumption.

News

May 16, 2022

Phononic Featured in Laser Focus World

Alex Guichard, Vice President of Product Marketing at Phononic, was recently interviewed by Laser Focus World to discuss Phononic’s thermoelectric cooling technology for LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging). This remote sensing method uses light in the form of a…

Ebook

March 29, 2022

FMCW LiDAR Ebook

Light Detection and Ranging, or LiDAR, is a laser-based 3D-sensing technology used to generate high-resolution maps of different terrains.

Blog

March 22, 2022

Top 5 Takeaways from the Optical Fiber Communications (OFC) Conference 2022

At the recently-wrapped OFC 2022 show, it was clear that participants were ready for a traditional face-to-face conference as energy was high and the event was pleasantly well-attended. We wanted to quickly share our thoughts from the show, particularly for…

Infographic

March 15, 2022

Phononic Application-Specific Cooling Increases Performance in Next-Generation Optical Communications

To many people, the word “custom” brings to mind “expensive.” But that’s simply not the case. With Phononic’s experience in semiconductor design, we can partner with you to develop cost-effective, application-specific TECs. View Fullscreen…

Article

October 25, 2021

WATCH: Cooled Optics for High Performance Automotive LiDAR

Phononic recently had an opportunity to present during the Virtual Automotive LiDAR Conference that took place September 21-23, 2021. Alex Guichard, Ph.D. & Phononic’s VP of Product Marketing, presented Phononic’s recent market trends and challenges in the automotive LiDAR…

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.