28 November 1988 A Fiberoptic Recirculating Delay Line
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The use of optical fibers as the delay line element in radio frequency memory loops, promise light weight and small size devices with long time delays. This paper presents the experimental results and performance analysis of a 2-6 GHz fiber optic recirculating delay line, using commercially-available components. Novel techniques using hybrid optical and electrical recirculation are also investigated.
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P. R. Herczfeld, I. Koffman, A. S. Daryoush, R. Saedi, B. Even-Or, R. Markowitz, "A Fiberoptic Recirculating Delay Line", Proc. SPIE 0996, High Data Rate Atmospheric and Space Communications, (28 November 1988); doi: 10.1117/12.960174; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.960174
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