ber to the generation and to the measurement of low-phase-noise microwave signals

@inproceedings{Volyanskiy2008berTT,
  title={ber to the generation and to the measurement of low-phase-noise microwave signals},
  author={Kirill Volyanskiy and Johann Cussey and Herv{\'e} Tavernier and Patrice Salzenstein and G. Sauvage and Laurent Larger and Enrico Rubiola},
  year={2008}
}
  • Kirill Volyanskiy, Johann Cussey, +4 authors Enrico Rubiola
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • The optical fiber used as a microwave delay line exhibits high stability and low noise and makes accessible a long delay (& 100 μs) in a wide bandwidth (≈ 40 GHz, limited by the optronic components). Hence, it finds applications as the frequency reference in microwave oscillators and as the reference discriminator for the measurement of phase noise. The fiber is suitable to measure the oscillator stability with a sensitivity of parts in 10−12. Enhanced sensitivity is obtained with two… CONTINUE READING

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