Self-homodyne free-space optical communication system based on orthogonally polarized binary phase shift keying.

@article{Cai2016SelfhomodyneFO,
  title={Self-homodyne free-space optical communication system based on orthogonally polarized binary phase shift keying.},
  author={Guangyu Cai and J. Sun and Guangyuan Li and Guo Zhang and Mengmeng Xu and B. Zhang and Chaolei Yue and L. Liu},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2016},
  volume={55 17},
  pages={
          4514-21
        }
}
A self-homodyne laser communication system based on orthogonally polarized binary phase shift keying is demonstrated. The working principles of this method and the structure of a transceiver are described using theoretical calculations. Moreover, the signal-to-noise ratio, sensitivity, and bit error rate are analyzed for the amplifier-noise-limited case. The reported experiment validates the feasibility of the proposed method and demonstrates its advantageous sensitivity as a self-homodyne… Expand
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