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9 June 1992 Experimental determination of power penalty contributions in an optical Costas-type phase-locked loop receiver
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We designed, realized and tested a 140 Mbit/s P5K optical homodyne receiver using diode-pumped Nd:YAG ring lasers at X = 1.064im. Phase synchronization between the input signal and the local oscillator laser was achieved using a Costas-type phase-locked ioop. Pre-processing of the optical signals to be synchronized was done with a basically lossless six-port 90° hybrid. Each one of the employed front ends was implemented by means of a transimpedance preamplifier and by two InGaAs photodiodes operating in a balanced manner. We report on the receiver configuration, emphasizing the realization of the optical pre-processing unit and the front ends. Furthermore, we present measurement results characterizing the receiver performance by the bit-error rate dependence on optical input signal power. The total degradation of the receiver sensitivity -as compared to the ideal case of shot-noise limitation - was 5.9dB.
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Dieter F. Hornbachner, Martin A. Schreiblehner, Walter R. Leeb, and Arpad L. Scholtz "Experimental determination of power penalty contributions in an optical Costas-type phase-locked loop receiver", Proc. SPIE 1635, Free-Space Laser Communication Technologies IV, (9 June 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59251
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