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Title:Reference data for engineers: radio, electronics, computer, and communications.
Author(s): M. E. Van Valkenburg (ed.)
Wendy Middleton (ed.)
Date:2002
Edition:9th ed.
Publisher:ScienceDirect
Size:1 online resource
Contents:Radio frequency spectrum management and time frequency standards -- International telephony recommendations -- Units, constants, and conversion factors -- Properties of materials -- Components or parts -- Fundamentals of networks -- Fourier waveform analysis -- Filters, simple bandpass design -- Filters, modern-network-theory design -- Active filter design -- Attenuators -- Measurements and analysis -- Magnetic-core transformers and reactors -- Power electronics -- rectifiers, filters, and power sup plies -- Feedback control systems -- Electron tubes -- Power grid-tube circuits -- Semiconductors and transistors -- Transistor circuits -- Integrated circuits -- Optoelectronics -- Optical communications -- Analog communications -- Digital communications -- Information theory and coding -- Computer communications networks -- Satellite and space communications -- Discrete-time signal processing -- Transmission lines -- Waveguides and resonators -- Scattering matrices -- Antennas -- Electromagnetic-wave pr opagation -- Radio noise and interference -- Broadcasting, cable television, and recording system standards -- Radar -- Radio navigation systems -- Common carrier transmission -- Switching networks and traffic concepts -- Electroacoustics -- Lasers -- Com puter organization and programming -- Logic design -- Probability and statistics -- Reliability and life testing -- Cellular telecommunications systems -- Mathematical equations -- Mathematical tables -- Miscellaneous data.
ISBN:9780750672917
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Keywords: Electronics. , Computer engineering. , Telecommunication.
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Title:Detection, estimation, and modulation theory
Author(s): Harry L. Van Trees
Date:1968
Publisher:Wiley, New York
Size:3
ISBN:04718995772
Keywords: Signal theory (Telecommunication)
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Title:Signal detection theory
Author(s): Viacheslav Petrovich Tuzlukov
Date:2001
Publisher:Birkhauser, Boston
Size:725
ISBN:0817641521
Keywords: Signal theory (Telecommunication)
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Title:Signal detection in non-Gaussian noise
Author(s): Saleem A. Kassam 1949-
John Bowman Thomas
Date:1988
Publisher:Springer-Verlag, New York
Size:234
ISBN:0387966803
Series:Springer texts in electrical engineering 444
Keywords: Signal theory (Telecommunication)
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Title:A Mathematical Introduction to Compressive Sensing [electronic resource]
Author(s): Simon Foucart
Holger Rauhut
Date:2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Birkhuser
Size:1 online resource
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Note:At the intersection of mathematics, engineering, and computer science sits the thriving field of compressive sensing. Based on the premise that data acquisition and compression can be performed simultaneously, compressive sensingfinds applications in imaging, signal processing, and many other domains. In the areas of applied mathematics, electrical engineering, and theoretical computer science, an explosion of research activity has already followed thetheoretical results that highlighted the efficien cy of the basic principles. The elegant ideas behind these principles are also of independent interest to pure mathematicians. A Mathematical Introduction to Compressive Sensing gives adetailed account of the core theory upon which the field is build. Key features include: The first textbook completely devoted to the topic of compressive sensing Comprehensive treatment of thesubject, including background material from probability theory, detailed proofs of the main theorems, and an outline of possible a pplications Numerous exercises designed to help students understand the material An extensive bibliography with over 500 references that guide researchers through the literature With only moderate prerequisites, A Mathematical Introduction to Compressive Sensing is an excellent textbook forgraduate courses in mathematics, engineering, and computer science. It also serves as a reliable resource for practitioners and researchers in these disciplines who want to acquire a careful understanding of the subjec t
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Contents:1 An Invitation to Compressive Sensing
2 Sparse Solutions of Underdetermined Systems
3 Basic Algorithms
4 Basis Pursuit
5 Coherence
6 Restricted Isometry Property
7 Basic Tools from Probability Theory
8 Advanced Tools from Probability Theory
9 Sparse Recovery with Random Matrices
10 Gelfand Widths of l1
Balls
11 Instance Optimality and Quotient Property
12 Random Sampling in Bounded Orthonormal Systems
13 Lossless Expanders in Compressive Sensing
14 Recovery of Random Signals using Deterministic Matrices
15 Algorithms for l1
Minimization
Appendix A
ISBN:9780817649487
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Functional analysis , Telecommunication
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Title:Duration and Bandwidth Limiting [electronic resource] : Prolate Functions, Sampling, and Applications
Author(s): Jeffrey A Hogan
Joseph D Lakey
Date:2012
Edition:1st Edition
Publisher:Boston : Birkhuser Boston
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Channel modeling and analysis of multiband signals are becoming increasingly important in the field of communications, and the study of time and band limiting is a crucial component of these processes. This concise butcomprehensive monograph is the f irst to be devoted specifically to this study, providing a thorough investigation of its theory and applications. Via state-of-the-art numerical methods, it develops the tools for applications not onlyto communications engineering, but also to optical eng ineering, geosciences, planetary sciences, and biomedicine. Duration and Bandwidth Limitingbegins with a discussion of the Bell Labs theory, both discrete and continuous, andgoes on to address various related numerical and analytical techniques. It introd uces a number of problems relevant to finite signal processing, and finally builds a theoretical framework for the sampling of time- and band-limitedsignals. Throughout, the book contains extensive supplemental material, giving greater depth on these subt opics to those who desire it. With an unprecedented breadth of coverage and a careful balance between rigor and readability,Duration and Bandwidth Limiting is a particularly convenient resource both for mathematicians interested in the field and for profe ssional engineers with an interest in theory. While its main target audience is practicing scientists,the book may also serve as useful supplemental reading material for mathematically-based graduate courses in communications and signal processing
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Contents:Preface
Chapter 1: The Bell Labs Theory
Chapter 2: Numerical Aspects of Time
and Bandlimiting
Chapter 3: Thomson's Multitaper Method and Applications to Channel Modeling
Chapter 4: Time
and Bandlimiting of Multiband Signals
Chapter 5: Sampling of Bandlimited and Multiband Signals
Chapter 6: Time
localized Sampling Approximations
Appendix: Notation and Mathematical Prerequisites
References
Index
ISBN:9780817683078
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Keywords: Mathematics , Harmonic analysis , Fourier analysis , Telecommunication
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Title:Sensors: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications [electronic resource]
Author(s): Vladimir L Boginski
Clayton W Commander
Panos M Pardalos
Yinyu Ye
Date:2012
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
Size:1 online resource
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Note:In recent years, technological advances have resulted in the rapid development of a new and exciting research direction the interdisciplinary use of sensors for data collection, systems analysis, and monitoring. These highlycalibrated sensors requir e precision engineering techniques that play an important role in analyzing and integrating large datasets. Sensor networks in particular represent a very active area of research, including work on problemssuch as sensor network localization andnetwork de sign. Application areas for sensors and sensor networks include environmental monitoring, military surveillance, computational neuroscience, seismic detection, and a great deal more. The fundamental problems of utilizing the collected data for efficient s ystem operation and decision making encompasses multiple research areas, including applied mathematics, optimization, signal/image processing, as well asemerging areas that require interdisciplinary techniques from several fields of research. Sensors: Th eory, Algorithms, and Applications brings together recent developments from researchers representing various fields fromengineering, mathematics, and computer science, along with application areas of biomedicine, transportation, and military systems. This volume is ideal for scientists, practitioners, and graduate students who are interested in theknowledge, ideas, and techniques involved in state-of-the-art sensor research
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Contents:Preface
On Enhancing Fault Tolerance of Virtual Backbone in a Wireless Sensor Network with Unidirectional Links (R. Tiwari, M.T. Thai)
Constrained Node Placement and Assignment in Mobile Backbone Networks (E.M. Craparo)
Canonical Dual Solutions to Sum of Fourth
Order Polynomials Minimization Problems with Applications to Sensor Network Localization (D.Y. Gao, N. Ruan, P.M. Pardalos)
Optimal Estimation of Multidimensional Data with Limited Measurements (W. MacKunis, J. W. Curtis, P.E.K. Berg
Yuen)
Informational Patterns in Discrete
Time Linear
Quadratic Dynamic Games (M. Pachter,
ISBN:9780387886190
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Series:Springer Optimization and Its Applications, 1931-6828 : v61
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Algorithms , Mathematical optimization , Electronics , Telecommunication , Systems engineering
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Title:Ultra-high Frequency Linear Fiber Optic Systems [electronic resource]
Author(s): Kam Lau
Date:2011
Edition:2
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book provides an in-depth treatment of both linear fiber-optic systems and their key enabling devices. It presents a concise but rigorous treatment of the theory and practice of analog (linear) fiber-optics links and systemsthat constitute the f oundation of Hybrid Fiber Coax infrastructure in present-day CATV distribution and cable modem Internet access. Emerging applications in remote fiber-optic feed for free-space millimeter wave enterprise campusnetworks are also described. Issues such as di spersion and interferometric noise are treated quantitatively, and means for mitigating them are explained. This broad but concise text will thus be invaluable not only to students offiber-optics communication but also to practicing engineers. To the seco nd edition of this book important new aspects of linear fiber-optic transmission technologies are added, such as high level system architectural issues, algorithmsfor deriving the optimal frequency assignment, directly modulated or externally modulated la ser transmitters and the use of Erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) in linear fiber optic systems. Significant examples of field deployedmilitary systems enabled by linear fiber optic links are described in an appendix
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Contents:Part I Physics of High Speed Lasers
Basic Description of Laser Diode Dynamics by Spatially Averaged Rate Equations
Conditions of Validity
Basic Small Signal Modulation Response
Distortions in Direct Modulation of Laser Diodes
Direct Modulation beyond X
band by Operation at High Optical Power Density
Improvement in Direct Modulation Speed by Enhanced Differential Optical Gain and Quantum Confinement
Dynamic Longitudinal Mode Spectral Behavior of Laser Diodes under Direct High Frequency Modulation
Signal
Induced Noise in Fiber Links
Part II Direct Modulation of
ISBN:9783642164583
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Keywords: Microwaves , Telecommunication
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Title:System Identification with Quantized Observations [electronic resource]
Author(s): Le Yi Wang
G. George Yin
Ji-Feng Zhang
Yanlong Zhao
Date:2010
Publisher:Boston : Birkhuser Boston
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book presents recently developed methodologies that utilize quantized information in system identification and explores their potential in extending control capabilities for systems with limited sensor information ornetworked systems. The result s of these methodologies can be applied to signal processing and control design of communication and computer networks, sensor networks, mobile agents, coordinated data fusion, remote sensing, telemedicine,and other fields in which noise-corrupted quantiz ed data need to be processed. Providing a comprehensive coverage of quantized identification, the book treats linear and nonlinear systems, as well as time-invariant and time-varyingsystems. The authors examine independent and dependent noises, stochastic - and deterministic-bounded noises, and also noises with unknown distribution functions. The key methodologies combine empirical measures andinformation-theoretic approaches to derive identification algorithms, provide convergence and convergence speed, e stablish efficiency of estimation, and explore input design, threshold selection and adaptation, and complexity analysis.System Identification with Quantized Observations is an excellent resource for graduate students, systems theorists, control engineers , applied mathematicians, as well as practitioners who use identification algorithms in their work.Selected material from the book may be used in graduate-level courses on system identification
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Contents:Preface
Conventions
Glossary of Symbols
Part I. Overview
Introduction
System Settings
Part II. Stochastic Methods for Linear Systems
Empirical
Measure
Based Identification
Estimation Error Bounds: Including Unmodeled Dynamics
Rational Systems
Quantized Identification and Asymptotic Efficiency
Input Design for Identification in Connected Systems
Identification of Sensor Thresholds and Noise Distribution Functions
Part III. Deterministic Methods for Linear Systems
Worst
Case Identification
Worst
Case Identification Using Quantized Observations
Part
ISBN:9780817649562
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Keywords: Mathematics , Systems theory , Algorithms , Distribution (Probability theory) , Telecommunication
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Title:Ultra-high Frequency Linear Fiber Optic Systems [electronic resource]
Author(s): Kam Y Lau
Date:2009
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Designed for a one-semester course on fiber-optics systems and communication links, this book provides a concise but rigorous treatment of the theory and practice of analog (linear) fiber-optics links and systems that constitutethe foundation of Hybr id Fiber Coax infrastructure in present-day CATV distribution and cable modem Internet access. Emerging applications in remote fiber-optic feed for free-space millimeter wave enterprise campus networks are alsodescribed. Issues such as dispersion and inte rferometric noise are treated quantitatively, and means for mitigating them are explained. This broad but concise text will thus be invaluable not only to students of fiber-opticscommunication but also to practicing engineers
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Contents:Physics of High Speed Lasers
Basic Description of Laser Diode Dynamics by Spatially Averaged Rate Equations: Conditions of Validity
Basic Small Signal Modulation Response
Distortions in Direct Modulation of Laser Diodes
Direct Modulation Beyond X
Band by Operation at High Optical Power Density
Improvement in Direct Modulation Speed by Enhanced Differential Optical Gain and Quantum Confinement
Dynamic Longitudinal Mode Spectral Behavior of Laser Diodes Under Direct High Frequency Modulation
Signal
Induced Noise in Fiber Links
Direct Modulation of Semiconductor Lase
ISBN:9783540499060
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Series:SpringerLink (Online service)
Series:Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651)
Keywords: Electromagnetism , Physical optics , Engineering , Microwaves , Telecommunication
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Title:Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Methods [electronic resource] : Adaptive Decompositions, Uncertainty Principles, and Sampling
Author(s): Jeffrey A Hogan
Joseph D Lakey
Date:2005
Publisher:Boston, MA : Birkhuser Boston
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Developed in this book are several deep connections between time--frequency (Fourier/Gabor) analysis and time--scale (wavelet) analysis, emphasizing the powerful adaptive methods that emerge when separate techniques from each areaare properly assembl ed in a larger context. While researchers at the forefront of developments in time--frequency and time--scale analysis are well aware of the benefits of such a unified approach, there remains a knowledge gap in thelarger community of practitioners about t he precise strengths and limitations of Fourier/Gabor analysis versus wavelets. This book fills that gap by presenting the interface of time--frequency and time--scale methods as a rich area ofwork. Topics and Features: * Inclusion of historical, backgrou nd material such as the pioneering ideas of von Neumann in quantum mechanics and Landau, Slepian, and Pollak in signal analysis * Presentation of self-contained corematerial on wavelets, sampling reconstruction of bandlimited signals, and local trigonomet ric and wavelet packet bases * Development of connections based on perspectives that emerged after the wavelet revolution of the 1980s *Integrated approach to the use of Fourier/Gabor methods and wavelet methods * Comprehensive treatment of Fourier uncert ainty principles * Explanations at the end of each chapter addressing other major developments and new directionsfor research Applied mathematicians and engineers in signal/image processing and communication theory will find in the first half of the book an accessible presentation of principal developments in this active field of modern analysis,as well as the mathematical methods underlying real-world applications. Researchers and students in mathematical analysis, signal analysis, and mathematical physi cs will benefit from the coverage of deep mathematical advances featuredin the second part of the work
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Contents:Wavelets: Basic properties, parameterizations and sampling
Derivatives and multiwavelets
Sampling in Fourier and wavelet analysis
Bases for time
frequency analysis
Fourier uncertainty principles
Function spaces and operator theory
Uncertainty principles in mathematical physics
ISBN:9780817644314
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Series:Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis
Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Harmonic analysis , Fourier analysis , Differential equations, partial , Telecommunication
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Title:COMPSTAT Proceedings in Computational Statistics 13th Symposium held in Bristol, Great Britain, 1998
Author(s):
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (501 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-01131-7
Contents:Keynote Papers -- Analysis of Clustered Multivariate Data from Developmental Toxicity Studies -- Wavelets in Statistics: Some Recent Developments -- Invited Papers -- Mortality Pattern Prediction in Worker Cohorts -- Design Algorithms
for Correlated Data -- (Co)Variance Structures for Linear Models in the Analysis of Plant Improvement Data -- Optimal Scaling Methods for Graphical Display of Multivariate Data -- Computer-Assisted Statistics Teaching in Network
Environments -- Modelling Bacterial Genomes Using Hidden Markov Models -- MCMC Specifics for Latent Variable Models -- Exploratory Versus Decision Trees -- Exploring Time Series Using Semi- and Nonparametric Methods -- Time Series
Forecasting by Principal Component Methods -- Contributed Papers -- A Simulation Study of Indirect Prognostic Classification -- Model Search: An Overview -- Speeding up the Computation of the Least Quartile Difference Estimator --
Piece-wise Detection of Spinal Scoliosis -- A Comparison of Recent EM Accelerators within Item Response Theory -- Gröbner Basis Methods in Polynomial Modelling -- Analysis of High Dimensional Data from Intensive Care Medicine --
Fitting Non-Gaussian Time Series Models -- Using Singular Value Decomposition in Non-Linear Regression -- A Modelling Approach for Bandwidth Selection in Kernel Density Estimation -- A New Method for Cross-Classification Analysis of
Contingency Data Tables -- Bayesian Analysis of Overdispersed Count Data with Application to Teletraffic Monitoring -- An Alternative Pruning Method Based on the Impurity-Complexity Measure -- Bayesian Inference for Mixture: The Label
Switching Problem -- Simulation of Multifractional Brownian Motion -- Simulating Categorical Data from Spatial Models -- Robust Factorization of a Data Matrix -- Spatial Clustering Techniques: An Experimental Comparison -- A Visual
Environment for Designing Experiments -- Essay of a Dynamic Regression by Principal Components Model for Correlated Time Series -- Traffic Models for Telecommunication -- Construction of Non-Standard Row-Column Designs -- Computational
Statistics for Pharmacokinetic Data Analysis -- Frailty Factors and Time-dependent Hazards in Modelling Ear Infections in Children Using BASSIST -- Algorithms for Robustified Error-in-Variables Problems -- Idaresa — a Tool for
Construction, Description and Use of Harmonised Datasets from National Surveys -- LLAMA: an Object-Oriented System for Log Multiplicative Models -- Using Threshold Accepting to Improve the Computation of Censored Quantile Regression --
On the Convergence of Iterated Random Maps with Applications to the MCEM Algorithm -- Parameter Estimators for Gaussian Models with Censored Time Series and Spatio-Temporal Data -- Assessing the Multimodality of a Multivariate
Distribution Using Nonparametric Techniques -- Bayesian Signal Restoration and Model Determination for Ion Channels -- ARGUS, Software Packages for Statistical Disclosure Control -- Building End-User Statistical Applications: An
Example Using STABLE -- On Multiple Window Local Polynomial Approximation with Varying Adaptive Bandwidths -- Minimization of Computational Cost in Tree-Based Methods by a Proper Ordering of Splits -- Stable Multivariate Procedures —
Strategies and Software Tools -- An Alternating Method to Optimally Transform Variables in Projection Pursuit Regression -- Predicting from Unbalanced Linear or Generalized Linear Models -- MCMC Solution to Circle Fitting in Analysis
of RICH Detector Data -- A Visual Future for Statistical Computing -- Development of Statistical Software SAMMIF for Sensitivity Analysis in Multivariate Methods -- Data Imputation and Nowcasting in the Environmental Sciences Using
Clustering and Connectionist Modelling -- Graphical User Interface for Statistical Software Using Internet -- A Wavelet Approach to Functional Principal Component Analysis -- Quasi-Monte Carlo EM Algorithm for MLEs in Generalized
Linear Mixed Models -- Applications of Smoothed Monotone Regression Splines and Smoothed Bootstrapping in Survival Analysis -- Comparing the Fits of Non-Nested Non-Linear Models -- The Deepest Fit -- Partially Linear Models: A New
Algorithm and some Simulation Results -- Induction of Graphical Models from Incomplete Samples -- Locally and Bayesian Optimal Designs for Binary Dose-Response Models with Various Link Functions -- Statistics Training and the Internet
-- Jointly Modelling Longitudinal and Survival Data -- Representing Solar Active Regions with Triangulations -- A General Form for Specification of Correlated Error Models, with Allowance for Heterogeneity -- Exploratory Data Analysis
with Linked Dotplots and Histograms -- An Object-Oriented Approach to Local Computation in Bayes Linear Belief Networks -- Index of Authors -- Index of Keywords
ISBN:9783662011317
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Keywords: Statistics , Information technology , Business , Computer science , Statistics , Statistics and Computing/Statistics Programs , Math Applications in Computer Science , IT in Business
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Title:Fiber and Integrated Optics
Author(s):
Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (417 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-2937-4
Contents:Propagation in Optical Fibers -- Fiber Technology -- Measurements -- Waves and Rays -- Uniform Circularly Symmetric Fibers -- Randomly Bent Fibers -- Effects Not Predicted by Paraxial Ray Theory -- Fabrication of Optical Fibers --
Attenuation and Dispersion Control -- High Silica Fibers Fabrication Techniques -- Multicomponent Glass Fibers -- Plastic Clad Fibers -- Fibers Made by Phase Separation -- Experimental Evaluation of Optical Fibers: A Review --
Geometrical Measurements -- Measurement of Refractive Index Profile -- Continuous Measurement of Fiber Geometry and Profile by Transverse Illumination -- Absorption and Scattering Loss Measurements -- Test of Microbending Loss --
Attenuation Measurements -- Pulse-Distortion and Frequency-Response Tests -- Conclusions -- Cable Fabrication -- Requirements for Optical Fiber Cable -- Transmission Properties -- Mechanical Properties -- Multifiber Bundle --
Telecommunication Cables -- Coating Fiber -- Monofiber Cable -- Multifiber Cable -- Ribbon Cable -- Fiber Optic Communications Systems: Subjective Nature of Human Communications -- Why Digital Communications? -- How to Go from Analog
to Digital Signal -- Fiber Optic Communication Systems -- Fiber Transmission Characteristics -- The Photoreciever -- Transmitter Design -- Signal Processing in Digital Fiber Optic Transmissions -- Analog Transmission -- General
Conclusion -- Photodectors for Integrated Optics and Fiber Optical Communication -- Characteristics of Photodiodes Sensitive Between 0.5 and 1.5 eV -- An Example: Photodiode Performance in Optical Fiber Communication Systems -- Summary
-- Fiber Raman Lasers -- Stimulated Raman Scattering -- Raman Oscillators -- Other Nonlinear Processes -- Conclusions -- Planar Optical Waveguides -- Total Reflection -- Dielectric Films -- Film Mode Scattering -- Graded-Index Films --
Strip Guides -- Strip-Loaded Film Guide -- Rib Guide -- Bulge Guides -- The Coupled-Mode Formalism in Guided-Wave Optics -- The Coupled-Mode Formalism -- Elecromagnetic Derivations of the Coupled-Mode Equations -- Nonlinear
Interactions -- Electrooptic Mode Coupling -- Phase Matching in Elecrooptic Coupling -- Photoelastic Coupling -- Coupling by a Surface Corrugation -- Summary -- Optical Waveguide Modulation Techniques -- Definitions -- Some Physical
Effects Used in Optical Modulators and Switches -- Bulk Modulators -- Optical Waveguide Modulators -- Coupled-Wave Devices -- Codirectional Devices -- Contradirectional Devices -- Exotic Uses of Guided Wave Optics -- Fiber Devices --
Integrated Optical Devices -- Scientific Use of Guided Wave Optics -- Conclusion -- Nonlinear Experiments with Ti Diffused LiNbO3 Optical Waveguides -- Coherence Effects of the Electromagnetic Field Propagating in a Multimode Optical
Fiber -- Measurement of the Near-Field Intensity -- Measurement of the Complex Degree of Coherence -- A Comparison of Single-Mode and Multimode Fibres for Long-Distance Telecommunications -- Attenuation -- Fabrication -- Limiting Core
Diameter for Single-Mode Operation -- Bandwidth -- Characterisation -- Bending and Microbending Losses -- Splice Losses -- Sources and Detectors -- Geodesic Lenses in Integrated Optics -- Perfect Aspheric Geodesic Lenses with Smooth
Junctions -- Hemishperical Geodesic Correlator -- Conclusions -- Guided Wave Activity in Germany -- Optical Fibre Communication -- Integrated Optics -- Recent Work on Optical Fibre Systems and Components in the UK -- Optical Fibre --
Fibre Propagation -- Fibre Measurement Techniques -- Fibre Jointing, Splicing and Connectors -- Sources -- System Design -- Systems Experiments -- Fibre and Integrated Optics in France -- A National Review on Fiber and Integrated
Optics Activity in Italy -- Fibers and Cables -- Sources and Detectors -- Measurement Methods -- Systems -- Integrated Optics -- Economic Aspects of Fibre Systems -- Cost-Comparison Studies -- Basic Cost Factors for Fibre Systems --
Cost Comparison with Copper Cable Systems -- Conclusions
ISBN:9781461329374
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Series:NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series B: Physics: 41
Keywords: Physics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Optics and Electrodynamics
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