Analogue Optical Fibre Communications

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Covers issues involved in improving the present range of systems and technology of optical fibre based telecommunications services operating with analogue-sourced signals.

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Discusses the fundamental principles involved in transmitting analogue-sourced signals on dedicated point-to-point links and as part of mixed-mode traffic on a digital fiber service network. Describes various techniques and applications in the field, such as subcarrier multiplexing and coherent techniques; transmission of TV signals; and soliton and pulse-time modulation methods. Addresses technological and system component issues including millimeter-waves over fiber systems for mobile communications, tuned optical receivers, and wavelength division multiplexing. For graduate students in engineering. Distributed by INSPEC. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780852968321
  • Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
  • Publication date: 6/1/1995
  • Series: IEE Publication Series, #32
  • Pages: 336

Table of Contents

Subcarrier multiplexing in optical communication networks, P. Davies and N. Gomes
coherent techniques in analogue signal transmission, A. Seeds
analogue intensity modulation for fibre video transmission, J. Senior and D. Lambert
pulse time modulation techniques for optical fibre communications, B. Wilson and F. Ghassemlooy
soliton pulse position modulation, J. Arnold
optical fibre digital pulse position modulation, R. Cryan et al
performance assessment of subcarrier multiplexed optical systems, H. Salgado and J. O'Reilly
optoelectronics for mm-wave radio over optical fibre systems, D. Wake
generation and delivery of modulated mm-waves for mobile communication, J. O'Reilly et al
optical receiver design for SCM optical fibre systems, P. Moreira et al
optical fibre amplifiers and WDM, M. O'Mahoney
InP-based optoelectronic ICs for analogue applications, D. Newson et al.
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