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Keck, Donald B. 1941-

Overview
Works: 9 works in 27 publications in 1 language and 120 library holdings
Roles: Author, Other, Editor
Classifications: TA1800, 621.3692
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Most widely held works about Donald B Keck
 
Most widely held works by Donald B Keck
Selected papers on optical fiber technology( Book )

5 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 93 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

High resolution absorption, zeeman and magnetic rotation spectra of the fundamental and satellite bands of nitric oxide in the near infrared by Donald B Keck( )

3 editions published between 1967 and 1978 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jeff Hecht interviews for his book CITY OF LIGHT : The story of fiber optics by Jeff Hecht( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection consists of interviews conducted by author and historian Jeff Hecht for his book City of Light: The Story of Fiber Optics. The collection includes audio cassette tapes as well as transcripts and notes of interviews conducted by Jeff Hecht, as well as correspondence files and emails with interviewees ranging from physicists to electronics engineers. Interview subjects include: Elias Snitzer, George Hockham, Charles Sandbank, Bob Tkach and Andy Chraplyvy, Linn Mollenauer and Ivan Kaminow, Peter Runge, John Midwinter, Paul Lazay, John Wilbur Hicks Jr., Donald Keck (printed transcript), Peter Schultz, Murray Ramsay with Martin Chown and Richard Epworth, J. Jim Hseih, Mort Panish, Kenneth Nill, Felix Kapron, Ira Jacobs, Charles K. Kao (printed transcript), Robert Maurer, Lewis Hyde, Brian O'Brien, Jr., and Willem Brouwer. Also includes reminiscences from the New England Fiberoptic Council, and interviews with engineers and scientists at British Telecommunications Research Laboratories. Tapes and/or transcripts exist for 26 interviews; for others there may only be notes on the interview, and much of this is in electronic format. Contact the library reference staff for access to electronic format items
At the speed of light( Visual )

1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presents an overview of Corning's patented manufacturing process, illustrates how optical fiber is changing the way the world communicates and features an invterview with Dr. Donald B. Keck, one of the three Corning scientists who invented the first low-loss optical fiber
American Institute of Physics Center for History of Physics, History of Physicists in Industry records by Center for History of Physics (American Institute of Physics)( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection of oral history transcripts, audio tapes, and administrative files for the grant funded project History of Physicists in Industry conducted at AIP's Center for History of Physics by Joseph Anderson and Orville Butler. Includes interviews with people from: 3M (Gary Boyd, Charles Bruzzone, Mark Debe, David Hoyle, Thomas Hunter, Michael LaClair, Denny Lorentz), Agilent (Devon Dawson, Curt Flory, James Hollenhorst, Mel Kronick, Steve Newton, Darlene J. Solomon, Robert Taber, Greg Van Wiggeren), Corning (Doug Allen, M. K. Badrinarayan, Alan Evans, Donald Keck, Dan Nolan, Jim Scott), Exxon Mobil (Thomas Halsey, Hubert King, Richard Polizzotti, Bernard Silbernagel), Ford Research (Lee Feldkamp, Gint Puskorius, Gerhard Schmidt), General Atomics (Stuart Leslie, David Baldwin, David Gouquet, Chris Hamilton, Woodie Jarrett, John Rawls, Constantin Scheder, Arksl Shenoy, Tony Taylor), General Electric (Tom Anthony, Bijan Dorri, James Lommel, Jon Schenck), Honeywell (David Arch, Robert Carlson, Barry Cole, J. Allen Cox, Burgess Johnson, Kathy Juneau, Jane Kaufnberg, Dan Youngner), IBM (Charles Bennett, Praveen Chaudhari, Mark Ketchen, John Slonczewski), Kodak (Ray Curtin, Ed Furlani, Gil Hawkins, Jim Milch, John Spoonhower, James Stoffel), Lockheed-Martin (David Chenette, Rick Kendrick, Jeff Newmeyer, Patrick Perkins, Jessica Perrine, Martin Walt), Lucent (David Bishop, Eric Isaacs, Cherry Murray, Loren Pfeiffer, Phil Platzman, Anthony Tyson, Alice White), Raytheon (Mark Baldwin, Dan Flatin, Jeff Holley, Taylor Lawrence, Doug McKay, Don Power, Mark Russell, Linda Wagner, Colin Whelan), Texas Instruments (Thomas Aton, Dennis Buss, Richard Chapman, Laurie Crim, Robert Doering, Joseph McPherson), Xerox (Steve Bolte)
Single Mode Optical Waveguide Design Study( Book )

1 edition published in 1981 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

With the extremely low losses attained in optical waveguides over the past three years, it is expected that graded index multimode systems with long repeater spacing will be dispersion limited. In that case the only recourse is to use single mode waveguides. To fully utilize this potential, the single mode waveguide design has to be simultaneously optimized with respect to total loss and bandwidth of the system. Since the bandwidth of a single mode waveguide is considered sufficiently high for most telecommunication applications, the present work has concentrated on total waveguide loss as would be experienced in a real system. The objective of this study is to experimentally determine the step index single mode fiber loss dependence, by all mechanisms likely to be experienced practically, upon the key fiber design parameters, core diameter (2a) and fractional index difference (delta). Only with this systematic and comprehensive data base, will a rational choice of and/or criteria for choosing fiber design parameters optimized for a given application be obtained
 
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Alternative Names
Donald Keck Amerikaans natuurkundige

Donald Keck US-amerikanischer Physiker und Lichtwellenleiter-Pionier

دونالد كيك

دونالد کک فیزیک‌دان آمریکایی

ドナルド・ケック

Languages
English (27)