1 September 2003 Direct electro-optic intermodulation in fibers
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Optical Engineering, 42(9), (2003). doi:10.1117/1.1596211
Abstract
He-Ne laser lightwaves in an optical fiber are modulated when a section of the fiber is subjected directly to audio-frequency-modulating electric fields. The laser light emerging from the output endface is intensity modulated, phase shifted, or modulation frequency multiplied under special conditions. We present the correlation between this observed electro-optic effect of the fiber itself and the theoretical analysis of the phenomena.
Sedig Salem Agili, Thomas Koryu Ishii, "Direct electro-optic intermodulation in fibers," Optical Engineering 42(9), (1 September 2003). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1596211
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Modulation

Signal detection

Optical fibers

Sensors

Phase shift keying

Electro optics

Intermodulation

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