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RF Photonic Technology in Optical Fiber Links

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Charles Cox, William S. C. Chang, Xiaolin Lu, Joachim Piprek, John E. Bowers, Gary E. Betts, Marta M. Howerton, William K. Burns, Timothy Van Eck, P. K. L.Yu, Ming C. Wu, X. Steve Yao, Stephan A. Pappert, Roger Helkey, Ronald T. Logan Jr, William B. Bridges, Greg L. Tangonan, Willie Ng, Daniel Yap, Ron Stephens
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  • Date Published: May 2007
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521037082

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  • RF photonic components, transmission systems, and signal processing examples in optical fibers are reviewed by leading academic, government, and industry scientists working in this field. This volume introduces various related technologies such as direct modulation of laser sources, external modulation techniques, and detectors. The text is aimed at engineers and scientists engaged in the research and development of optical fibers and analog RF applications.

    • A rapidly developing and important area of modern communications technology
    • Written by leading academic, government and industry scientists in this field
    • An emphasis on system design, performance and practical applications for the communications industry
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    • Date Published: May 2007
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521037082
    • length: 424 pages
    • dimensions: 242 x 168 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.664kg
    • contains: 223 b/w illus. 12 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    List of contributors
    Introduction and preface
    1. Figures of merit and performance analysis of photonic microwave links Charles Cox and William S. C. Chang
    2. RF subcarrier links in local access networks Xiaolin Lu
    3. Analog modulation of semiconductor lasers Joachim Piprek and John E. Bowers
    4. LiNbO3 external modulators and their use in high performance analog links Gary E. Betts
    5. Broadband traveling wave modulators in LiNbO3 Marta M. Howerton and William K. Burns
    6. Multiple quantum well electroabsorption modulators for RF photonic links William S. C. Chang
    7. Polymer modulators for RF photonics Timothy Van Eck
    8. Photodiodes for high performance analog links P. K. L. Yu and Ming C. Wu
    9. Opto-electronic oscillators X. Steve Yao
    10. Photonic link techniques for microwave frequency conversion Stephen A. Pappert, Roger Helkey and Ronald T. Logan Jr
    11. Antenna-coupled millimeter-wave electro-optical modulators William B. Bridges
    12. System design and performance of wideband photonic phased array antennas Greg L. Tangonan, Willie Ng, Daniel Yap and Ron Stephens
    Acknowledgements
    References
    Index.

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    William S. C. Chang, University of California, San Diego
    William S. C. Chang is an Emeritus Professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of California at San Diego, where he founded the electronic device and materials group.

    Contributors

    Charles Cox, William S. C. Chang, Xiaolin Lu, Joachim Piprek, John E. Bowers, Gary E. Betts, Marta M. Howerton, William K. Burns, Timothy Van Eck, P. K. L.Yu, Ming C. Wu, X. Steve Yao, Stephan A. Pappert, Roger Helkey, Ronald T. Logan Jr, William B. Bridges, Greg L. Tangonan, Willie Ng, Daniel Yap, Ron Stephens

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