This Second Edition of "Photonic Signal Processing" updates most recent R&D on processing techniques of signals in photonic domain from the fundamentals given in its first edition. Several modern techniques in Photonic Signal Processing (PSP) are described:
- Graphical signal flow technique to simplify the analysis of the photonic transfer functions, plus its insights into the physical phenomena of such processors. The resonance and interference of optical fields are presented by the poles and zeros of the optical circuits, respectively.
- Detailed design procedures for fixed and tunable optical filters. These filters, "brick-wall-like", now play a highly important role in ultra-broadband (100GBaud) to spectral shaping of sinc temporal response so as to generate truly Nyquist sampler of the received eye diagrams
- 3-D PSP allows multi-dimensional processing for highly complex optical signals
- Photonic differentiators and integrators for dark soliton generations.
- Optical dispersion compensating processors for ultra-long haul optical transmission systems.
- Some optical devices essentials for PSP.
- Many detailed PSP techniques are given in the chapters of this Second Edition.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Photonic Signal Processing Via Signal-Flow Graph Chapter 3 Bandpass Optical Filters by DSP Techniques Chapter 4 Photonic Computing Processors Chapter 5 Optical Dispersion Compensation and Gain Flattening Chapter 6 Optical Dispersion in Guided- Wave FIR and IIR Structures Chapter 7 Photonic Ultra-Short Pulse Generators Chapter 8 Multi-Dimensional Photonic Processing by Discrete-Domain Approach Chapter 9 Generation and Photonic Processing of Radio Waves, Tera-Waves and Multi-Carrier Lightwaves Chapter 10 Optical Devices for Photonic Signal Processing
Le Nguyen Binh holds a B.Eng (Hons) and Ph.D from the University of Western Australia. He is currently a technical director at Huawei’s European Research Centre in Munich, Germany, and has been awarded three Huawei Technologies Gold Medals for his work on advanced optical communication technologies. He was previously the chair of Commission D (Electronics and Photonics) of the National Committee for Radio Sciences of the Australian Academy of Sciences, and a professorial fellow at Nanyang Technological University, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, and various Australian universities. Widely published, Dr. Binh is the series editor of Photonics and Optics for CRC Press.