Preecha Yupapin

Preecha Yupapin
Institute of Vocational Education Northeastern Region 2; Sakonnakhon

Full Professors: Institute of Vocational Education Northeastern Region 2; Sakonnakhon;
Collaboration with Prof Somnath and Ray from Africa and India

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Introduction
"Current Project" is quantum tehnologies based on plasmonic and microstrip circuits.
Additional affiliations
September 2017 - August 2022
Ton Duc Thang University
Position
  • Professor
September 2017 - August 2020
Ton Duc Thang University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
September 2017 - August 2020
Ton Duc Thang University
Position
  • Professor

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Publications (209)
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A silicon microring resonator system designed for the optical noise-free circuit consists of a silicon microring with two nanorings at its sides and has the form of a Panda-ring resonator. From which the nonlinear Kerr effect is introduced for space-time distortion control. Firstly, the input light (bright soliton) of 1.50 m center wavelength fed i...
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This paper presents a brief detail of the relativistic circle that can be applied for various applications. Relativistic electronics is the challenged device that has the capacity of the new era of technology called civilian technology. Non-relativistic electronics have the limitation that the speed of operation cannot serve the demand of the requi...
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This paper proposed the design of the multiplexer node for the free-space transmission link. Various soliton modulated signal categories are numerically studied. The proposed system is a modified micro-optical add-drop multiplexer. The cross phase modulated signals induced into the main ring by the two side rings can give more signal complexity, wh...
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An electron cloud Zeeman sensor system is proposed. The system consists of a micro-Fabry Perot cavity embedded microring circuit. The space–time function controls the operation of the system. The input source of 1.50 μm is fed into the system through the input port and the whispering gallery mode at the center ring with optimized parameters has bee...
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A microring-embedded Mach–Zehnder interferometer (MZI) system is proposed to form the multiplexing (demultiplexing) for wireless and light fidelity (WiFi and LiFi) uplink and downlink transmission. The system consists of two center microrings at the transmitter and a center microring at the receiver with two small rings along the sides of the cente...
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A microfluidic circuit with unique characteristics is proposed for microfluidic flow rate sensor. The microfluidic circuit consists of two silicon microrings having the shape of the PANDA ring with an embedded silver thin film at the center microring. The operation of the microfluidic circuit is based on the space-time function. The space-time func...
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A unique RFID silicon chip is proposed for sensing applications. The RFID silicon chip is a microring circuit that has a panda ring form where the working principle is based on the space-time function. The RFID silicon chip operates in the frequency range of 150-250THz. The input light wavelength of 1.55 μm, which forms the input space signal via t...
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The paper presents a newly developed fiber-based saturable absorber (SA) operating at 1550 nm waveband. The fiber-based-SA constructed from side-polished fiber called D-shape fiber and with deposited silver nanoparticles act as a nonlinear material for ultrafast laser generation. The interaction between silver nanoparticles and exposed oscillated l...
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The Frequency Shift Keying (FSK) dual-transmission mode for short-range communication using the silicon microring resonator arrangement is proposed. FSK generated by an optical modified add-drop multiplexer embedded gold grating connected to three other microring resonators. The proposed system consists of a transmitted microring with two nano-ring...
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A two-dimensional ternary metal carbide or/and nitride known as MXene, own countless merits in terms of electronic and optical properties. Owning to its fast optical-switching capability, strong saturable absorption, good optical damage tolerant, and gapless materials, it attracts a bunch of research efforts in an ultrafast photonics application. H...
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The experimental investigation to explore the generated laser output by using newly developed copper nanoparticle (Cu-NP) as a saturable absorber (SA) at 1550 nm operating region is presented. Accordingly, the light-material interaction between copper nanoparticles and PolyVinyl-Alcohol (PVA) film interpreted onto the modulation depth of Cu-NP was...
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A flexible antenna for portable and wearable radio frequency energy harvesting and flexible electronics applications is proposed. A silicone wristband with ɛr = 3 is used as the substrate to support the radiating element and hence the appellation given as bandenna – a wristband antenna. The radiating element is a single fed corner truncated circula...
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A micro-ring space-time control circuit is proposed for micro-supercapacitor application. The center micro-ring circuit consists of sandwiched titanium dioxide (TiO2) thin film. The input light fed into the circuit via the input port is of 1.55 µm wavelength. The input space source is multiplexed with time at the add port to form the space-time fun...
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A micro stereo sensor system is proposed for human sensors, where eyes, ears, tongue, nose, body, and brain are applied by six panda rings embedded in a Mach Zehnder interferometer (MZI). The input power is applied to the upper branch of MZI and propagates within the system. The 6 antennas(sensors) are formed by the whispering gallery modes (WGMs)...
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The microring circuit is designed to form the upstream and downstream quantum communications. There are one space and two-time functions applied to form the transmission. A circuit consists of 3 microring resonators, where there are three processes of each transmission. Firstly, the space function pulse (soliton) fed into the system via the main ri...
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Light fidelity (LiFi) and wireless fidelity (WiFi) can be applied with the same network under the different constraints, which is suitable for COVID-19 surveillance in hospitals. The LiFi network is a high-capacity and security platform. A COVID-19 surveillance system using LiFi is proposed, which consists of two switching modes: communication and...
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Sharma, M. K.Ray, K.Yupapin, P.Kaiser, M. S.Ong, C. T.Ali, J.Epilepsy is a neurological disease that’s characterized by perennial seizures. In this neurological condition the transient electrical phenomenon within the brain occurs that produces an amendment in sensation, awareness, and behavior of an individuals that leads to risk. To understand th...
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A unique micro-metamaterial antenna for light and microwave wavelength conversion is proposed, where the antenna has the form of a panda ring which consists of the mu negative metamaterial silver bars embedded at the microring center. The micro-metamaterial antenna characteristics are investigated, where the antenna resonance frequency and frequenc...
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A superconducting sensing circuit using silicon microring-embedded gold-island space–time control is proposed for a low-current source sensor. Feeding an optical field centered at a wavelength of 1.50 µm into the circuit with suitable parameters results in the formation of a whispering-gallery mode. The electric field is the space source, being mul...
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The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake in the “Acknowledgement” section.
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2D-layered metal carbides/nitrides known as MXene was shown to exhibit a strong optical nonlinearity in the near-infrared regime. However, the potential of its bulk-counterparts, MAX phase as a saturable absorber was rarely investigated. Here, the development of Ti3AlC2 MAX phase-based SA was demonstrated. We prepared two SA devices which were MAX-...
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The original version of this article unfortunately contained a mistake in the “Acknowledgments” section.
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This paper presents the use of space and time function applied simultaneously into the silicon microring system arrangement for double vision problem solving and enhancement. The eye structure formed by three silicon ring resonators, in which the 3D imaging constructed and modulated by the space function and time function rings, respectively. The d...
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In this paper, optical fibre Bragg grating (FBG) and no-core fibre (NCF) sensors have been investigated for their performance in the temperature range 30–100 °C. The change in Bragg and NCF wavelengths with temperature changes was used to determine the performance and sensitivity of the sensors. The gradient of Δ \( \lambda_{\text{FBG}} \) and \( \...
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We propose the use of the specific form of the integrated device known as the boxcar filters for big data transmission, where the advantage of such device is the number of roll-off (bandwidth) can be increased to meet the large demand of the future bandwidth requirements. A boxcar filter system is formed by the serial Panda-ring resonators, where t...
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An electron cloud spectroscopy system consisting of a microring and Bragg grating Fabry-Perot is proposed. It has the form of a Panda-ring formed by an add-drop filter with nonlinear two-phase modulators. The input light of 1.50μm center wavelength is fed into the system. By using suitable two-phase modulator parameters, the whispering gallery mode...
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A stable Q-switching pulse train in a ytterbium-doped fiber laser (YDFL) cavity was generated using MAX-polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) thin film, which is composed of layered ternary metal carbide (Ti3AlC2) as a passive saturable absorber (SA) and incorporates it in the laser cavity. MAX-PVA SA was fabricated using a solution-casting method. A self-starte...
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This work has presented the interaction between tangential/sagittal cylindrical thin lens in the titled plane parallel crystal. Stability criterion parameters are measured under the control of curvature radius of a spherical mirror, the thickness of the tilted plane crystal, the refractive index of tilted plane crystal, the thickness for a plate of...
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There is no doubt that radiation has many side effects in our lives, so our goal in this study is to reduce our use of radiation in the diagnosis of tooth caries, and in order to achieve this goal we used the field of optical fiber in the detection of some diseases associated with oral and dental medicine. This diagnosis was accomplished by sheddin...
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Spin wave generation formed by a soliton pulse within MZI embedded plasmonic antennas has been proposed. A soliton is the orthogonal (entangled) source that can be configured as the vertical and horizontal components in the same way as the polarization components. A dark soliton of wavelength 1.55 µm is selected and fed into the MZI input. The dark...
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A low-index polymer-overlaid micro-resonator (LIMR) with high sensitivity is investigated for simultaneous temperature and ambient refractive index (ARI) measurement. The sensitivity of the proposed LIMR to the ambient index is remarkably enhanced at the turning points of the dispersion curve. After examining the optical spectrum of the proposed LI...
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In this paper, the conventional iterative method is applied to study the nonlinear response of light within the chalcogenide glass (As2Se3) resonating system. The proposed system consisted of two cascaded modified add–drop resonators, which is known as a Panda-ring resonator. The feedback circuit is constructed by the two Panda-ring resonators, whe...
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The transport of electron density using silicon microring resonator arrangement proposed. A proposed system consists of a transmitter and a receiver, which can position with a distance away. The transmitter has a silicon microring with two nanoring phase modulators while the receiver has five silicon microrings with each having two-sided nanorings....
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Plasmonic antenna in the form of the panda-ring circuit proposed, which consists of a silicon microring with two side nanorings, from which the silicon microring embedded by a gold grating. The gold grating generated polariton which results in oscillation of plasmonic wave with plasma frequency, from which the center wavelength shifted to the Bragg...
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This study presents an analytical model analysis of reflection/transmission characteristics of long-period fiber Bragg grating (LPFBG) by using coupled mode theory. Reflected signal power is deeply studied against grating length at the optimum operating signal wavelength of 1550 nm for the proposed and previous models. Reflectivity and transmission...
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This study outlines the distributed feedback laser for signal power amplitude level improvement in the long spectral band of 1550 nm wavelength within supporting pumped wavelength of 1480 nm. The bias and modulation peak currents based distributed feedback laser are varied in order to test the signal power level, peak signal amplitude variations af...
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We propose the use of the electron cloud generated by quasi-particle waves called polariton dipoles, which oscillated within a silicon microring-embedded gold grating system for quantum consciousness processing model. An embedded gold grating is coupled by a whispering gallery mode beam generated by a soliton pulse, from which the polariton waves o...
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This study has outlined the Z resonator shaped with Brewster crystal in the presence of flat mirror for measuring the standing wave ratio. Stability parameter and beam radius are simulated versus thickness, refractive index of the crystal and first and second folding ranges. Beam radius variations are studied against phase angle and curvature radiu...
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This study clarifies the comparison between hybrid all optical fiber amplifiers in single-stage and multi-stage amplification. EDFA/Raman, Raman/EDFA/Raman, and EDFA/Raman/EDFA configurations are employed for upgrading optical communication systems. Single-stage Raman amplifiers clarifies very better performance than single-stage EDFA amplifier. Mu...
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An investigation of the plasmonic micro-antenna characteristics using an optical modified add–drop multiplexer embedded gold grating is proposed. A device consisting of a main microring and two nano-ring phase modulators is known as a Panda-ring resonator. A gold grating is embedded at the main ring center to induce plasmonic polariton, which is th...
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We demonstrate a broadband-tunable Q-switched fiber laser by exploiting a silver nanoparticles (SNP) saturable absorber (SA) as a Q-switcher. The SA device was prepared by depositing SNP onto a polyvinyl alcohol thin film utilizing an electron beam deposition technique. The SA was then incorporated into an erbium-doped fiber laser cavity to generat...
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We demonstrate the generation of vector soliton in a passively mode-locked fiber laser by employing graphene oxide (GO) film as a passive saturable absorber (SA). The SA film was obtained by mixing the GO and polyethylene oxide (PEO) solution to form a polymer composite, which was converted to film by a drying process. The film was integrated into...
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This paper has simulated the pump laser automatic signal control for erbium-doped fiber amplifier gain, noise figure, and output spectral power. Signal gain and noise figure are deeply studied in relation to laser pump power variations at operating pumping wavelengths of 980 nm and 1,480 nm for previous and proposed models. Similar to the study of...
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A novel approach is presented in order to study the effects of carrier generation on the drain-source current of graphene nanoscroll field effect transistors (GNSFET). In this method, ionisation carrier concentration is calculated and included in the drain-source current. In addition, a simulation approach based on Monte Carlo is employed in order...
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This work outlines technical specifications of the undersea fiber optic communication channel bandwidth, capacity with taken into account the maximum and minimum extended fiber cost in the presence of amplifiers stations. The number of amplifiers in the amplification stage are addressed based on the amplifier distance to strength the light signal i...
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This paper has outlined high-speed transmission circuits signaling in guided or unguided optical communication systems. An efficient prediction scheme to predict the signal distortion caused by intersymbol interference. As high-speed digital signals exceed many gigabits per second speeds, eye diagrams provide the means to quickly and accurately mea...
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Dispersion compensation technique is the most important issue in the optical communication system to overcome dispersion challenge. The current study focuses on a proposed compensation simulation model to handle not only chromatic dispersion (CD) but also polarization mode dispersion (PMD) simultaneously. The proposed compensation model is designed...
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Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and graphene, has currently prolonged the short listing on existing atomic crystals. There are much inconceivable electrified residences as well namely special thermal conductivities. Graphene has shown its potentiality in accordance with stay an essential piece about dense after digital circuits or gadgets utilized within h...
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High-speed single-mode fiber-optic communication systems have been presented based on various hybrid multiplexing schemes. Refractive index step and silica-doped germanium percentage parameters are also preserved during their technological boundaries of attention. It is noticed that the connect design parameters suffer more nonlinearity with the nu...
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Distributed microring sensors using space-time function control is proposed for artificial microfacial sensors. The system consists of 6 different node locations, corresponding to the form of the human microfacial structure. Two space-time function input sources are fed into the system simultaneously. The distributed stereo network sensors are inve...
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This paper investigated the different materials of optical fibers, two of them are plastic optical fibers that are namely polysulfone (PSU)/vinyl-phenyl acetate (VPAC) with refractive indices of 1.63/1.567, and the second plastic material namely sapphire (S)/polysulfone (PSU) with refractive indices of 1.77/1.63. One of the other materials consists...
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We demonstrated a new type of transition metal oxide (TMO) material, Holmium oxide (Ho2O3) polymer film SA for compact passively Q-switched and mode-locked erbium-doped fiber laser (EDFL) generations. The film SA has a thickness of ~40 µm and modulation depth of ~45%. It was fabricated by embedding Ho2O3 nanoparticles into PVA polymer solution. The...
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A negative entropic system formed by a close successive polariton filtering within a modified optical add–drop filter is proposed. The device ends are embedded by the gold gratings and TiO2 materials, in which the close successive polariton filtering can be formed. The selected light source is input into the system via the input port. There is no l...
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A new photonic crystal fiber (PCF) filter based on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is proposed for 1.2 μm–1.55 μm operating wavelength. Surface plasmon resonance just takes place in the x-polarization axis owing to birefringence and gold-coated nano-film is used as plasmonics material. The significance of structural parameters and resonance potency...
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We demonstrate and compare nanoseconds pulse induced by a Holmium oxide PVA film (HOPF, 50 μm thick) and a Holmium-doped fibre (HDF, 8 cm long) saturable absorber (SA) in a Thulium doped-fibre laser (TDFL) cavity. The HOPF SA produced a nanoseconds pulse operating at 1960 nm wavelength, with a pulse width of 57 ns. On the other hand, the HDF SA pro...
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Three different wavelength light sources are coupled to microring circulator via modified add-drop multiplexers, from which the multiplexed signals of them can be formed at the plasmonic islands and used as the distributed sensor nodes. The change in the wavelength due to the external environment will affect the refractive index of the sensing mate...
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The grating coupling surface plasmon polariton (SPP) waveguide is designed for nanoparticle sensors applications, where the properties of SPP waveguide model such as grating length and grating space length are designed with the Matlab and Optiwave programs. The propagation vector β of SPP grating slot waveguide is evaluated, from which the sensor a...
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The concentration of potassium chloride, urea and glucose (PUG) in human blood is computed by utilizing the photonic crystal structure and machine learning technique to realize an accurate investigation. The present computation manipulates with the triangular photonic crystal structure, where absorption, propagation, scattering, reflection and diff...