1 February 2004 Optical waveform measurement with electroabsorption modulator as sampling component
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Optical Engineering, 43(2), (2004). doi:10.1117/1.1637361
Abstract
A novel optical sampling scheme using an electroabsorption (EA) modulator as the sampling component is presented that will greatly reduce the complexity of presented schemes. The 10-GHz optical analog signal's waveform is measured, with a 100 MHz waveform observed on an oscilloscope. The relationship between the EA sampling width and sampling bandwidth is analyzed using a two-step model, which is presented for the first time. Calculation indicates that the Gaussian-shaped filter can perfectly simulate the effect of the EA sampling width. Detailed analysis also reveals that the optical sampling with an EA modulator is a promising scheme for measuring waveform signals in future optical networks.
Hongming Zhang, Minyu Yao, Can Peng, Yizhi Gao, "Optical waveform measurement with electroabsorption modulator as sampling component," Optical Engineering 43(2), (1 February 2004). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1637361
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