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Brillouin optical spectrum analyzer monitoring of subcarrier-multiplexed fiber-optic signals.
Appl Opt
PUBLISHED: 10-03-2013
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Optical spectral analysis of closely spaced, subcarrier multiplexed fiber-optic transmission is performed, based on stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS). The Brillouin gain window of a single, continuous-wave pump is scanned across the spectral extent of the signal under test. The polarization pulling effect associated with SBS is employed to improve the rejection ratio of the analysis by an order of magnitude. Ten tones, spaced by only 10 MHz and each carrying random-sequence on-off keying data, are clearly resolved. The measurement identifies the absence of a single subcarrier, directly in the optical domain. The results are applicable to the monitoring of optical orthogonal frequency domain multiplexing and radio over fiber transmission.
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Continuously variable long microwave-photonic delay of arbitrary frequency-chirped signals.
Opt Lett
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A generic method for the continuously variable, long microwave-photonic delay of the impulse response of arbitrarily chirped waveforms is proposed and demonstrated. Nonlinear-frequency-modulated waveforms of 500 MHz bandwidth are delayed by tens of nanoseconds. The principle relies on the specific phase-time relations of the waveforms, and is applicable to chirped pulses of arbitrary durations, central radio frequencies, and bandwidths. The approach is suitable for beam steering in large phased-array antennas.
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