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Photonic-based A/D conversion has received and continues to receive considerable attention as an alternative approach to providing enhanced resolution and speed in high-performance applications. Some of the potential advantages of using pho- tonic technologies are high-speed clocking, broadband sam- pling, reduced mutual interference of signals, and compati- bility with existing photonic-based systems. This book pro- vides a comprehensive look at the application of photonic devices and architectures to the problem of A/D conversion. It includes a complete description of A/D converter performance characteristics, the various approaches to A/D conversion, and an introduction to several photonic devices used in photonic A/D converters, and it includes a detailed treatment of the application of both temporal and spatial oversampling techniques to photonic A/D conversion. It shows progress made, discusses current research, and provides a glimpse of several promising future architecutres and technologies.
|Statement||by Barry L. Shoop|
|Series||Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 -- 81, Springer series in optical sciences -- 81.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (XIII, 333 p.)|
|Number of Pages||333|
In electronics, an analog-to-digital converter (ADC, A/D, or A-to-D) is a system that converts an analog signal, such as a sound picked up by a microphone or light entering a digital camera, into a digital ADC may also provide an isolated measurement such as an electronic device that converts an input analog voltage or current to a digital number representing the magnitude of the. Photonic Analog-To-Digital Converter, Photonic Clock Distribution, Optical Analog-To-Digital Converter, A/D converter, Ultrafast Photonics PRICE CODE SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF REPORT UNCLASSIFIED SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF THIS PAGE UNCLASSIFIED SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF ABSTRACT UNCLASSIFIED LIMITATION OF ABSTRACT ULFile Size: 6MB.
A photonic wideband analog to digital converter // IEEE MWP Tech. Dig. P. – Sakata H. Photonic analog-to-digital conversion by use of nonlinear Fabry-Perot resonators // Appl. This paper proposes a photonic analog-to-digital converter (Ph-ADC) that can be used for localization, fingerprinting and spectral management applications, indicated for cognitive radio applications. The presented approach comprises a time-stretch Ph-ADC with an optimum configuration of optical and electrical amplification stages. This technique increases the bandwidth and sensibility of.
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"This book is intended to serve as a resource for scientists, engineers, and students interested in performance characteristics and measures of A/D converters, classical A/D conversion techniques, and photonic approaches to A/D conversion.
The book is well organized and the text easily understandable. Cited by: From the reviews of the first edition: "This book is intended to serve as a resource for scientists, engineers, and students Photonic Analog-to-Digital Conversion book in performance characteristics and measures of A/D converters, classical A/D conversion techniques, and photonic approaches to Photonic Analog-to-Digital Conversion book conversion.
Photonic Sampling and Analog-to-Digital Conversion (Laser Physics) by P. Pace (Author), W. Ng (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Overview Provides a comprehensive look at the application of photonic approaches to the problem of analog-to-digital conversion.
It looks into the progress made to date, discusses present research, and presents a glimpse of potential future : $ Photonic Analog-to-Digital Conversion. Authors (view affiliations) Barry L. Shoop; Book. 46 Citations; and compati- bility with existing photonic-based systems.
This book pro- vides a comprehensive look at the application of photonic devices and architectures to the problem of A/D conversion. It includes a complete description of A/D. This book covers the theory and applications of high-speed analog-to-digital conversion.
An analog-to-digital converter takes real-world inputs (such as visual images, temperature readings, and rates of speed) and transforms them into digital form for processing by computer.
Schematic representations of deep-learning-powered analog-to-digital conversion architecture. Three cascaded parts (photonic front-end, electronic quantization, and deep learning data recovery) are illustrated with different background colors.
In the photonic front-end, E/O provides a broad bandwidth for receiving RF butAuthor: Shaofu Xu, Xiuting Zou, Bowen Ma, Jianping Chen, Lei Yu, Weiwen Zou. This paper reviews over 30 years of work on photonic analog-to-digital converters. The review is limited to systems in which the input is a radio-frequency (RF) signal in the electronic domain and the output is a digital version of that signal also in the electronic domain, and thus the review excludes photonic systems directed towards digitizing images or optical communication signals.
Analog-Digital Conversion Handbook, Edited by Dan Sheingold, Analog Devices/Prentice-Hall, This industry classic book stood the test of time for nearly two decades. The editor, Dan Sheingold, is probably the best technical editor in the world and assembled the material in this book from many of the converter technologists at Analog In this work a novel photonic sampled and electronically quantized analog-to-digital converter (ADC) system is introduced.
High overall sampling rate and relaxed analog bandwidth requirements for photodetectors and electronic quantizers are attained by multichannel architecture.
The proposed scheme, with a dedicated electro-optic modulator for each of the channels, is much simpler. As illustrated in Fig. 1, the deep-learning-powered photonic analog-to-digital conversion (DL-PADC) architecture is composed of three main cascaded parts: a photonic front-end 4 Cited by: 2.
Photonic Devices for Analog-to-Digital Conversion. Authors; Authors and affiliations but instead to lay the foundation for the photonic A/D converters to be introduced later in this book.
The photonic devices discussed here provide the functionality necessary to implement the individual components of an A/D converter. Photonic Devices Author: Barry L. Shoop. Photonic Analog-to-Digital Conversion Patrick T.
Callahan, Michael L. Dennis, and Thomas R. Clark Jr. JOHNS HOPKINS APL TECHNICAL DIGEST, VOL NUMBER 4 () tion can be expressed mathematically as dt.
This paper reviews over 30 years of work on photonic analog-to-digital converters. The review is limited to systems in which the input is a radio-frequency (RF) signal in the electronic domain and. In photonic analog-to-digital conversion (PADC), using a mode locked laser as a sampling source limits the sampling frequency timing jitter only at sub-femtosecond levels.
The current architectures for PADC use photonic techniques either for sampling or for by: 1. Pipelined photonic analog-to-digital converter S R Abdollahi1,2,3, H S Al-Raweshidy2 and T J Owens2 1University of Science and Technology of Mazandaran, Behshar, Iran 2WNCC, School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH, United Kingdom E-mail: [email protected], [email protected] and @ by: 1.
Abstract: Photonic analog-to-digital conversion technology is considered a promising option to extend the performance of analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) to new levels by eliminating the bottleneck of aperture jitter.
In this work, we review some important approaches to photonic ADCs and review recent developments in the field. We consider one particular scheme for photonic ADC conversion.
Abstract. Photonic A/D conversion brings the potential advantages of photonics technology to the application of A/D conversion. Ultra-fast optical nonlinearities and high-speed optical sampling provide some of the key building blocks necessary to achieve high-speed and high-resolution A/D : Barry L.
Shoop. A photonic analog-to-digital converter (ADC) scheme based on multi-wavelength sampling and balanced detection is proposed and experimentally demonstrated. In the approach, a power-weighted multi-wavelength pulsed source is employed to implement sampling, a dispersion element is used to realize temporal walk-off of multi-wavelength pulses, and a thresholding module is applied to.
Some of the potential advantages of using photonic technologies are high-speed clocking, broadband sampling, reduced mutual interference of signals, and compatibility with existing photonic-based systems.
This book provides a comprehensive look at the application of photonic approaches to the problem of analog-to-digital conversion. Accurate conversion of wideband multi-GHz analog signals into the digital domain has long been a target of analog-to-digital converter (ADC) developers, driven by applications in radar systems, software radio, medical imaging, and communication systems.
Aperture jitter has been a major bottleneck on the way towards higher speeds and better Author: Anatol Khilo.Photonic analog-to-digital converters George C. Valley The Aerospace Corporation, P.O. Box M2/, Los Angeles, CA @ Abstract: This paper reviews over 30 years of work on photonic analog-to-digital converters.
The review is Cited by: Abstract: A photonic analog-to-digital converter exploiting a sample time-interleaving approach is presented, showing more than 7 effective bits for input signals up to 40GHz and bandwidth up to MHz. The effective 1-to-4 optical sample parallelization scheme does not contaminate the low sampling jitter with limited crosstalk.
A real-time digital post-processing is also added to increase the.