Yariv, A. and Koumans, R. G. M. P. (1998) Time interleaved optical sampling for ultra-high speed A/D conversion. Electronics Letters, 34 (21). pp. 2012-2013. ISSN 0013-5194 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:YARel98
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A scheme is proposed for increasing the sampling rate of analogue-to-digital conversion by more than an order of magnitude by combining state-of-the-art A/D converters with photonic technology. Ultra-high speed sampling is performed optically by a multiwavelength pulse train. Wavelength demultiplexers convert the high repetition rate data stream of samples into parallel data streams that can be handled by available electronic A/D converters.
|Additional Information:||© 1998 IEE The modelocked laser research described in this Letter has been supported by DARPA (R. Leheny) and ONR (Y.S. Park).|
|Subject Keywords:||multiwavelength pulse train, parallel data streams, photonic technology, repetition rate, sampling rate, time interleaved optical sampling, ultra-high speed A/D conversion, ultra-high speed sampling, wavelength demultiplexers|
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