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Noise Properties of Optical Receiversusing Distributed Amplification
ln wideband optical communications the bandwidth and the noise of optical receivers are crucial problems. The application of a distributed amplifier instead of a transimpedance amplifier in an optical receiver has the ...
New optomixer surpassing photodetection at microwaves
The properties of a new optomixing method are investigated and compared to the performance of the photodetection. This new method offers significantly higher output signal level compared to the direct photodetection.
Eight-Octave Bandwidth Optical Receiver Using Distributed Amplification
A new approach us presented utilizing low-noise distributed amplification based on a hybrid integration technology, This way eight-octave bandwidth has been achieved with a responsivity characteristics flat from 40 MHz up ...
Radio-frequency Interference in Radio-over-Fiber Distribution Networks
Radio-over-fiber distribution networks have been investigated by several authors recently [1-4]. The different proposed solutions combat the difficulties arising in the optical part of the network such as chromatic dispersion ...
Optical Generation of Millimeter Waves for Mobile Radio Systems
A new approach is presented for the optical generation of millimetre waves with the intention to feed the base stations of mobile radio systems. In this approach an optically transmitted subharmonic reference signal is ...
Optical Information Transmission For Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications
A novel method is presented for optical information transmission in the millimeter mobile communications. The well-known methods in which the millimeter wave signal is distributed via a fiber have many drawbacks because ...
A Millimeter Wave PLL Oscillator for Optical Receivers
The design and experimental investigations of a harmonic microwave oscillator is presented. The transistor oscillator was designed to operate at the fundamental frequency with high third harmonic output. The final goal is ...