Corpus ID: 88511483

Analysis of an Optical Channelization Technique for Microwave Applications

@inproceedings{Rogge2007AnalysisOA,
  title={Analysis of an Optical Channelization Technique for Microwave Applications},
  author={Matthew S. Rogge and Vincent J. Urick and Frank Bucholtz},
  year={2007}
}
  • Matthew S. Rogge, Vincent J. Urick, Frank Bucholtz
  • Published 2007
  • Materials Science
  • Abstract : Increasing electrical bandwidth combined with improved optical filtering allow for a new class of optical channelizers for use in radiofrequency, microwave, and millimeter-wave applications. After a brief review of existing channelization technology, an optical channelizer that uses optical local oscillators and optical filters is analyzed. Linearity and other limitations of the scheme show a strong dependence on the linearity of the optical modulator. The optical modulator is… CONTINUE READING

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