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2 October 1998 New architecture of integrated optical data preprocessor
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A large amount of data are usually transmitted, stored and processed by big digital systems in satellite remote sensing applications. To alleviate this situation, an on-board data processing system can be of significant help if it allows only the useful information data be transmitted to the ground station. To this end, a new architecture of a LiNbO3 integrated optic pre-processor is proposed in this paper. Its operation is based on the holographic substraction between two incident waves and depends on the relative phase shift. In such a way on-board identification and classification of data are allowed. The proposed device is formed by channel-planar composite waveguides to increase the number of parallel channels. Channel waveguides, which can be excited through a microlens array, allow to obtain the best performance of the electro-optic modulators, each of them is placed on a single channel waveguide, in terms of low losses and high modulation efficiency.
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Mario Nicola Armenise, Michele Armenise, and Roberto Diana "New architecture of integrated optical data preprocessor", Proc. SPIE 3464, Optical Devices and Methods for Microwave/Millimeter-Wave and Frontier Applications, (2 October 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.323128
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