Roman Maciejko

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We present a numerical method based on the detection of the zero-crossing points in an OCT signal for the measurement of the Doppler frequency in a laminar flow. This method is compared to other processing approaches currently used in Doppler OCT. The results show that in the case of laminar flow the zero-crossing method gives the most precise results,(More)
Analyzing the experimental data of the velocity distribution in a fluid flow using Doppler Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), we compared the Wigner distribution method to the short-time Fourier transform method, the Hilbert-based phase-resolved method and the autocorrelation method. We conclude that the pseudo Wigner-distribution signal processing method(More)
Gain-coupled DFB lasers have a complicated modal interaction influenced by the effects of spatial hole burning (SHB) and nonlinear gain compression (NGC) because of the carrier dependent longitudinally distributed structures. In order to obtain a better understanding of the high single mode performance of gain-coupled DFB lasers, we perform a(More)
We present a real-time time-domain Doppler optical coherence tomography (OCT) system based on the zero-crossing method for velocity measurements of fluid flows with attainable velocities up to 10 m/s. In the current implementation, one-dimensional and two-dimensional velocity profiles of fluid flows ranging from 1 cm/s to more than 3 m/s were obtained for(More)
In gain-coupled (GC) multiple-quantum-well (MQW) distributed feedback (DFB) lasers, phenomena on the submicron scale corresponding to quantum-well active regions with etched Bragg gratings have been shown to affect overall laser performance. In this paper we present results combining submicron bi-dimensional modeling with a fine-scale longitudinal transfer(More)
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