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7 February 1989 Use Of Laser Diodes For Analog Fiber Optic Diagnostics Systems
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Because the time resolution requirements of experiments at the Nevada Test Site exceed the capabilities of traditional electrical analog cable, fiber optic analog diagnostics systems have become attractive. A number of different instrumentation systems are possible using commercially available laser-diode transmitters. In addition, the fiber optic systems designer has a choice of receivers, operating wavelengths, and fiber types. We will compare the system performance of 810-nm systems with both single-mode and multimode fiber as well as 1300-nm single-mode fiber systems with both a photodiode oscilloscope and a laser-diode streak-camera receiver.
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K. G. Hagans, R. E. Haigh, and H. D. Francis "Use Of Laser Diodes For Analog Fiber Optic Diagnostics Systems", Proc. SPIE 0987, High Bandwidth Analog Applications of Photonics II, (7 February 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.959689
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