Prof. Wen-De Zhong
Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological Univ
SPIE Involvement:
Conference Program Committee | Author
Publications (10)

SPIE Journal Paper | March 2, 2017
OE Vol. 56 Issue 03
KEYWORDS: Imaging systems, Telecommunications, Signal to noise ratio, Light emitting diodes, Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing, Visible radiation, Modulation, Receivers, Multichannel imaging systems, Lamps

SPIE Journal Paper | June 22, 2016
OE Vol. 55 Issue 06
KEYWORDS: Reflectors, Light emitting diodes, Wireless communications, Receivers, Error analysis, Telecommunications, Channel projecting optics, Distortion, Optical engineering, Reflection

SPIE Journal Paper | May 18, 2012
OE Vol. 51 Issue 5
KEYWORDS: Wavelength division multiplexing, Switching, WDM-PON, Radon, Receivers, Passive optical networks, Optical engineering, Signal detection, Optical filters, Single mode fibers

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | November 11, 2008
Proc. SPIE. 7136, Optical Transmission, Switching, and Subsystems VI
KEYWORDS: Switching, Modulation, Polarization, Single mode fibers, Modulators, Gaussian pulse, Nonlinear optics, Picosecond phenomena, Binary data, Phase shifts

SPIE Journal Paper | December 1, 2007
OE Vol. 46 Issue 12
KEYWORDS: Channel projecting optics, Dispersion, Interference (communication), Optical engineering, Signal detection, Digital image processing, Binary data, Eye, Distortion, Image retrieval

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | November 19, 2007
Proc. SPIE. 6783, Optical Transmission, Switching, and Subsystems V
KEYWORDS: Clocks, Phase modulation, Modulation, Dispersion, Mode locking, Chromium, Single mode fibers, Fiber lasers, Semiconductor lasers, Amplitude modulation

Showing 5 of 10 publications
Conference Committee Involvement (2)
Network Architectures, Management, and Applications VI
27 October 2008 | Hangzhou, China
Optical Transmission, Switching, and Subsystems III
7 November 2005 | Shanghai, China
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