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Lightwave Logic, Inc. (LWLG)

Lightwave Logic is a technology business centering on the development of Next Generation Photonic Devices and Non Linear Optical Polymer Materials Systems for applications in high-speed fiber-optic telecommunications and data communications. The company creates prototype electro-optic demonstration devices. It is moving toward commercialization of its high-activity, high-stability organic polymers for applications in electro-optical device markets. Lightwave Logic has its headquarters in Longmont, Colorado.

The company is using organic nonlinear electro-optical and all-optical polymers (plastic) as the basis for a series of proprietary (internal and licensed to external partners) advanced Integrated Optical Devices that have extensive application in telecommunications, data communications, and optical computing for use in military and commercial markets.

Lightwave Logic has integrated its proprietary Perkinamine™ chromophore technology with other chromophores based in part on facets of proprietary, in-licensed technologies. This has resulted in a strong and durable nonlinear organic electro-optical (EO) material, which will be utilized in photonic device development. It is based on its multi-chromophore approach that enables two or more chromophores to work together.

The company beforehand announced that initial thermal aging testing on its organic polymers shows decades of operational performance as it prepares to process a series of commercially viable bleached waveguide devices. These are the first products in a planned photonic device program. Additionally, it is initiating side-by-side comparative testing of its organic polymers in comparison to duplicate silicon photonic devices. The expectation is that such testing will provide results of its organic polymers' ability to improve a broad assortment of performance parameters on photonic devices.

Lightwave Logic announced in October of 2015 that it successfully completed the fabrication of organic polymer ridge waveguide structures with its core material. It has now started passive testing. Furthermore, it announced that its organic multi-chromophore polymer material systems have exceeded 2,000 hours of photochemical stability testing.

Recently, Lightwave Logic announced that it successfully guided laser light through 16 of its passive single-mode ridge waveguides made entirely out of the company's advanced organic polymer systems. Lightwave Logic stated that these passive results are an important milestone in the development process because they demonstrate the company's ability to design and fabricate single-mode waveguides that are the building block of waveguide modulators.

Lightwave Logic has a number of U.S. and international patent applications. These cover its composition of matter and spacer systems. Patents have been issued covering its basic Heterocyclical Chromophore Architecture and the Tricyclic Spacer systems.

 

 

 

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