ULTRAFAST OPTOELECTRONIC CHARACTERISATION FOR OPTICAL AND WIRELESS SYSTEMS
Grant number: LE160100203 | Funding period: 2016 - 2016
The project aims to establish an ultra-fast optoelectronic characterisation facility to measure a wide range of electronic and photonic signals, providing versatile tools for conducting research on ultra-high-speed optical communications, microwave photonics, and millimetre wave systems. There is an increasing need for parallel signalling using spatial, temporal and spectral degrees of freedom in both radio-frequency and optical communications. The facility expects to leverage the recent rapid advances in powerful silicon digital signal processors with unprecedented capabilities in bandwidth and accuracy and focus on detecting massively parallel signals. The project aims to support a wide ra..View full description
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High-dimensional Stokes vector direct detection over few-mode fibers
Honglin Ji, Di Che, Chuanbowen Sun, Jian Fang, Giovanni Milione, Ranjith Rajasekharan Unnithan, William Shieh
Direct detection attracts much attention for its simplicity compared with coherent detection. In this Letter, we propose for the f..
Investigation of single- and multi-carrier modulation formats for Kramers-Kronig and SSBI iterative cancellation receivers
Chuanbowen Sun, Di Che, Honglin Ji, William Shieh
The Kramers-Kronig (KK) receiver has recently attracted significant attention due to its capability of field recovery with direct ..