“Coherent Detection of Polarization Multiplexed Amplitude and Phase Modulated Optical Signals”
LOCATION: UCF CREOL Building Room 102
DATE: April 7, 2010
TIME: 12:00 PM to 1:00pm
FREE PIZZA & SODA!
Why this presentation is important:
This presentation will explore topics of polarization multiplexing.
Polarization multiplexing allows you to increase the spectral efficiency by a factor of two with minimal effort on the transmitter side. It is widely discussed especially for the realization of 100G transmission links. Coherent detection opens a path to demultiplex the signals on the receiver side just using digital signal processing.
In this presentation we will discuss:
Polarization Division Multiplexing
Signal Propagation & Jones Calculus
Coherent vs Direct Detection
Channel Matrix Estimation
Senior System Engineer for
Photonics, HS Digital and Wireless Applications
Who should view this presentation:
R&D engineers and researchers and studentswho are new to polarization multiplexing of advanced optical modulation.