2009

Ultra-high Frequency Linear Fiber Optic Systems

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ISBN: 978-3-540-25350-1 (Print) 978-3-540-49906-0 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XX

  2. Physics of High Speed Lasers

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      Pages 3-9

      Basic Description of Laser Diode Dynamics by Spatially Averaged Rate Equations: Conditions of Validity

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      Pages 11-18

      Basic “Small Signal” Modulation Response

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      Pages 19-28

      Distortions in Direct Modulation of Laser Diodes

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      Pages 29-34

      Direct Modulation Beyond X-Band by Operation at High Optical Power Density

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      Pages 35-44

      Improvement in Direct Modulation Speed by Enhanced Differential Optical Gain and Quantum Confinement

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      Pages 45-63

      Dynamic Longitudinal Mode Spectral Behavior of Laser Diodes Under Direct High Frequency Modulation

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      Pages 65-83

      Signal-Induced Noise in Fiber Links

  3. Direct Modulation of Semiconductor Lasers Beyond Relaxation Oscillation

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      Pages 87-91

      Illustration of Resonant Modulation

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      Pages 93-99

      Resonant Modulation of Monolithic Laser Diodes at mm-Wave Frequencies

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      Pages 101-106

      Performance of Resonant Modulation in the mm-Wave Frequency Range: Multi-Subcarrier Modulation

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      Pages 107-112

      Resonant Modulation of Single-Contact Lasers

  4. Fiber Transmission Effects, System Perspectives and Innovative Approach to Broadband mm-wave Subcarrier Optical Signals

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      Pages 115-123

      Fiber Chromatic Dispersion Effects of Broadband mm-Wave Subcarrier Optical Signals and Its Elimination

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      Pages 125-134

      Transmission Demonstrations

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      Pages 135-140

      Application of Linear Fiber Links to Wireless Signal Distribution: A High-Level System Perspective

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      Pages 141-154

      Improvements in Baseband Fiber Optic Transmission by Superposition of High Frequency Microwave Modulation

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      Pages 155-164

      mm-Wave Signal Transport over Optical Fiber Links by “Feed-forward Modulation”

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 166-211