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Microwave Photonics

Devices and Applications

Stavros Iezekiel (Hrsg.)

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Elektronik, Elektrotechnik, Nachrichtentechnik

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Microwave photonics is an important interdisciplinary field that,amongst a host of other benefits, enables engineers to implementnew functions in microwave systems. With contributions from leading experts, Microwave Photonics:Devices and Applications explores this rapidly developingdiscipline. It bridges a gap between microwave and photonicengineering, providing an accessible interpretation of the currentavailable research material and a detailed introduction to variousaspects of the area. Opening with an overview to the subject, this book covers directmodulation, photonic oscillators for THz signal generation, andterahertz sources. It takes a unique application- focused approachand describes: * analogue fibre-optic links; * fibre radio technology; * microwave photonic signal processing; * measurement of microwave photonic components, and; * biomedical applications. This text is ideal for practising microwave and fibre opticscommunication engineers wishing to improve their knowledge, and forresearchers and graduate students wanting an overview of thesubject.

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RF / Microwave Theory & Techniques, Mikrowellen- u. Hochfrequenztechnik u. Theorie, Optische Nachrichtentechnik, Optical Communications, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Elektrotechnik u. Elektronik