Mathematical Modeling and Statistical Analysis of Second Harmonic Generation Effects With Thin and Thick Crystals in Ultrahigh-Speed Optically Amplified Digital Lightwave Communication Systems

@article{Matinfar2009MathematicalMA,
  title={Mathematical Modeling and Statistical Analysis of Second Harmonic Generation Effects With Thin and Thick Crystals in Ultrahigh-Speed Optically Amplified Digital Lightwave Communication Systems},
  author={M. D. Matinfar and J. Mohammad Salehi},
  journal={Journal of Lightwave Technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={27},
  pages={3438-3452}
}
In this paper, we present an in depth analysis and discussions on the behavior and performance of using either thin or thick second harmonic generation (SHG) crystals prior to photodetector in ultrahigh-speed optically amplified digital lightwave communication systems. Our study begins by considering a conventional low-speed optically amplified lightwave receiver and study its performance in ultrahigh-speed regime and show its substantially degraded behavior, indicating the need to use advance… CONTINUE READING

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