Pre-Grant Publication Number: 20110161738
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Title Polarization Mode Dispersion Compensation at 10, 20, and 40 Gb/s with Various Optical Equalizers
Journal article describing transmission rates with various optical components.
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Title Cold Bosonic Atoms in optical lattices
Journal article published in PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS.
Title High Speed Digital Transmitter Characterization Using Eye Diagram Analysis
The eye diagram analyzer constructs both conventional eye diagrams and special eyeline diagrams to perform extinction ratio and mask tests on digital transmitters. It also makes a number of diagnostic measurements to determine if such factors as waveform distortion, intersymbol interference, or noise are limiting the bit error ratio of a transmission system.
Patent/Application # 7,058,299
A method for optimizing an optical transmitter is provided. According to one exemplary method, the optical transmitter is optimized by varying three transmitter parameters including the bias voltage, the crossing level and the peak to peak voltage. Once the respective optimal levels for the bias voltage, the crossing level and the peak to peak voltage are obtained, the optical transmitter is further checked to ensure that the optical transmitter is able to function properly within certain predetermined system parameters.