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Fundamentals of microwave photonics / Vincent J. Urick Jr., Jason D. McKinney, Keith J. Williams.

By: Urick, Vincent J., Jr. (Vincent Jude), 1979-.
Contributor(s): McKinney, Jason D. (Jason Dwight), 1975- | Williams, Keith J. (Keith Jake), 1964-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley series in microwave and optical engineering: Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons Inc., [2015]Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781119029809; 1119029805; 9781119029786; 1119029783; 9781119029816; 1119029813; 9781322877242; 1322877246.Subject(s): Microwave communication systems | Photonics | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Mechanical | Microwave communication systems | PhotonicsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fundamentals of microwave photonics.DDC classification: 621.36/5 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
Title Page; Series; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Enabling Technological Advances and Benefits of Fiber Optic Links; 1.2 Analog Versus Digital Fiber Optic Links; 1.3 Basic Fiber Optic Components; 1.4 Analog Links Within RF Systems; References; Chapter 2: Analog Performance Metrics; 2.1 The Scattering Matrix; 2.2 Noise Figure; 2.3 Dynamic Range; 2.4 Cascade Analysis; References; Chapter 3: Sources of Noise in Fiber optic Links; 3.1 Basic Concepts; 3.2 Thermal Noise; 3.3 Shot Noise; 3.4 Lasers; 3.5 Optical Amplifiers; 3.6 Photodetection
6.2 Signal Transfer and Gain6.3 Noise and Performance Metrics; 6.4 Photodetector Issues and Solutions; 6.5 Linearization Techniques; 6.6 Propagation Effects; References; Chapter 7: External Phase Modulation with Interferometric Detection; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Signal Transfer and Gain; 7.3 Noise and Performance Metrics; 7.4 Linearization Techniques; 7.5 Propagation Effects; 7.6 Other Techniques for Optical Phase Demodulation; References; Chapter 8: Other Analog Optical Modulation Methods; 8.1 Direct Laser Modulation; 8.2 Suppressed Carrier Modulation with a Low Biased MZM
8.3 Single-Sideband Modulation8.4 Sampled Analog Optical Links; 8.5 Polarization Modulation; References; Chapter 9: High Current Photodetectors; 9.1 Photodetector Compression; 9.2 Effects Due to Finite Series Resistance; 9.3 Thermal Limitations; 9.4 Space-Charge Effects; 9.5 Photodetector Power Conversion Efficiency; 9.6 State of the art for Power Photodetectors; References; Chapter 10: Applications and Trends; 10.1 Point-to-Point Links; 10.2 Analog Fiber Optic Delay Lines; 10.3 Photonic-Based RF Signal Processing; 10.4 Photonic Methods for RF Signal Generation; 10.5 Millimeter-Wave Photonics
10.6 Integrated Microwave PhotonicsReferences; Appendix I: Units and Physical Constants,; Appendix II: Electromagnetic Radiation; Appendix III: Power, Voltage, and Current for a Sinusoid; Appendix IV: Trigonometric Functions; AIV.1 Taylor Series Expansions; AIV.2 Tangent and Inverse Functions; AIV.3 Phase Shift Formulae; AIV.4 Square and Cubic Relationships; AIV.5 Sum Angle Formulae; AIV.6 Double Angle Formulae; AIV.7 Sum and Difference Formulae; AIV.8 Product Formulae; AIV.9 Euler's Formula; Appendix V: Fourier Transforms,; AV.1 Properties of the Fourier Transform
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Title Page; Series; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Enabling Technological Advances and Benefits of Fiber Optic Links; 1.2 Analog Versus Digital Fiber Optic Links; 1.3 Basic Fiber Optic Components; 1.4 Analog Links Within RF Systems; References; Chapter 2: Analog Performance Metrics; 2.1 The Scattering Matrix; 2.2 Noise Figure; 2.3 Dynamic Range; 2.4 Cascade Analysis; References; Chapter 3: Sources of Noise in Fiber optic Links; 3.1 Basic Concepts; 3.2 Thermal Noise; 3.3 Shot Noise; 3.4 Lasers; 3.5 Optical Amplifiers; 3.6 Photodetection

6.2 Signal Transfer and Gain6.3 Noise and Performance Metrics; 6.4 Photodetector Issues and Solutions; 6.5 Linearization Techniques; 6.6 Propagation Effects; References; Chapter 7: External Phase Modulation with Interferometric Detection; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Signal Transfer and Gain; 7.3 Noise and Performance Metrics; 7.4 Linearization Techniques; 7.5 Propagation Effects; 7.6 Other Techniques for Optical Phase Demodulation; References; Chapter 8: Other Analog Optical Modulation Methods; 8.1 Direct Laser Modulation; 8.2 Suppressed Carrier Modulation with a Low Biased MZM

8.3 Single-Sideband Modulation8.4 Sampled Analog Optical Links; 8.5 Polarization Modulation; References; Chapter 9: High Current Photodetectors; 9.1 Photodetector Compression; 9.2 Effects Due to Finite Series Resistance; 9.3 Thermal Limitations; 9.4 Space-Charge Effects; 9.5 Photodetector Power Conversion Efficiency; 9.6 State of the art for Power Photodetectors; References; Chapter 10: Applications and Trends; 10.1 Point-to-Point Links; 10.2 Analog Fiber Optic Delay Lines; 10.3 Photonic-Based RF Signal Processing; 10.4 Photonic Methods for RF Signal Generation; 10.5 Millimeter-Wave Photonics

10.6 Integrated Microwave PhotonicsReferences; Appendix I: Units and Physical Constants,; Appendix II: Electromagnetic Radiation; Appendix III: Power, Voltage, and Current for a Sinusoid; Appendix IV: Trigonometric Functions; AIV.1 Taylor Series Expansions; AIV.2 Tangent and Inverse Functions; AIV.3 Phase Shift Formulae; AIV.4 Square and Cubic Relationships; AIV.5 Sum Angle Formulae; AIV.6 Double Angle Formulae; AIV.7 Sum and Difference Formulae; AIV.8 Product Formulae; AIV.9 Euler's Formula; Appendix V: Fourier Transforms,; AV.1 Properties of the Fourier Transform

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