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THEAPPLICATION OF FIBER OPTICWAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXINGIN RFAVIONICS
 

Summary: THEAPPLICATION OF FIBER OPTICWAVELENGTH DIVISION
MULTIPLEXINGIN RFAVIONICS
Hakki H.Refail, James J. Sluss, Jr.', and MohammedAtiquzzaman'
School of Electrical & ComputerEngineering, The University of Oklahoma, Tulsa,Oklahoma USA
'Schoolof Computer Science, The Universityof Oklahoma,Norman,Oklahoma USA
HungNguyen and Due Ngo, NASA GlennResearch Center, Cleveland, Ohio USA
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Abstract
Thispaper demonstratesa successful
application of wavelength division multiplexing
(WDM) to the avionics environmentto support
analog RF signal transmission. We investigate the
simultaneoustransmission of four RF signals
(channels)over a single optical fiber. These four
analog channels are sequentiallymultiplexed and
demultiplexedat different points along a fiber optic
backbone to more closely emulate the conditions
found onboard aircraft. We present data from
measurements of signal-to-noiseratio (SNR),
transmission response (loss and gain), group delay

  

Source: Atiquzzaman, Mohammed - School of Computer Science, University of Oklahoma

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences