Sang-Hoon Chin

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—The real remoteness of a distributed optical fiber sensor based on Brillouin optical time-domain analysis is considerably extended in this paper using seeded second-order Raman amplification and optical pulse coding. The presented analysis and the experimental results demonstrate that a proper optimization of both methods combined with a well-equalized(More)
We demonstrate a method to achieve an extremely wide and flexible external control of the group velocity of signals as they propagate along an optical fibre. This control is achieved by means of the gain and loss mechanisms of stimulated Brillouin scattering in the fibre itself. Our experiments show that group velocities below 71,000 km/s on one hand, well(More)
A couple of experiments are here presented to clarify the impact of slow light on light-matter interaction. The experiments are designed, so that the process generating slow light and the probed light-matter interaction only present a marginal cross-effect. The impact of slow light on simple molecular absorption could be separately evaluated under either(More)
Slow light systems are particularly attractive for analog signal processing, since their inherent limitation to a delay-bandwidth product of 1 is less critical for analog systems such as those used in microwave photonics. We present here the implementation of two basic functions – phase shifting and true time delaying – fully optically controlled using(More)
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