Devices and Applications
Microwave photonics is an important interdisciplinary field that, amongst a host of other benefits, enables engineers to implement new functions in microwave systems.
With contributions from leading experts, Microwave Photonics: Devices and Applications explores this rapidly developing discipline.
List of Acronyms.
Part I Introduction to Microwave Photonics.
1 Microwave Photonics an Introductory Overview (Stavros Iezekiel).
Part II Component Technologies.
2 Direct Modulation for Microwave Photonics (Rajeev Ram and Harry Lee).
3 High power Distributed Photodetectors for RF Photonic Applications (Sagi Mathai and Ming C. Wu).
4 Photonic Oscillators for THz Signal Generation (Andreas Stöhr and Dieter Jöger).
5 Terahertz Sources (R. E. Miles and M. Naftaly).
Part III Systems Applications.
6 Analogue Microwave Fibre optic Link Design (Edward I. Ackerman and Charles H. Cox, III).
7 Fibre Radio Technology (Dalma Novak, Ampalavanapillai Nirmalathas, Christina Lim, and Rod Waterhouse).
8 Microwave Photonic Signal Processing (José Capmany, José Mora, Daniel Pastor, Beatriz Ortega, and Salvador Sales).
9 RF and Microwave Photonics in Biomedical Applications (Afshin S. Daryoush).
10 Characterization of Microwave Photonic Components (Stavros Iezekiel).