ABOUT THIS SITE
SYSDOC is the institutional repository of the High-Speed Optical Communications and Metro-Access and Short Range Systems groups at DTU Fotonik.

The aim of SYSDOC is to ease the dissemination of our scientific production by offering online access to abstracts or full-text of our journal articles, conference contributions, theses, as well as some teaching material.

Ph.D. Theses

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2009-04-30
09:58
All-optical signal processing for 640 Gbit/s applications.
Hans Christian Hansen Mulvad
This thesis concerns all-optical signal processing technologies for 640 Gbit/s optical time-division multiplexing (OTDM) systems, including time-division add-drop multiplexing (TADM), polarisation-independent demultiplexing, and pre-scaled clock recovery. [...]
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2009-02-25
18:45
Experimental and theoretical investigation of systems with potential for terabit capacity.
Anders Thomas Dræborg Clausen
Internet traffic has been growing with tremendous speed in the last decade and analysis indicate that the growth will continue in the future. [...]
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2009-02-19
09:48
High-speed optical signal processing for high capacity optical networks.
Kim Stockholm Jepsen
High-speed photonic switching technologies aimed at developing optical time division multiplexing (OTOM) as a networking technology are investigated. [...]
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2009-02-19
09:48
Traffic analysis and signal processing in high-capacity optical networks.
Søren Lykke Danielsen
The performance of optical WDM networks using photonic switch nodes has been investigated. [...]
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2009-02-19
09:48
Optical time division multiplexing for high capacity photonic networks.
Michael Vaa
Photonic technologies for applications in high capacity optical time division multiplexed systems and networks are addressed, including picosecond optical pulse generation, optical signal processing for switching and demultiplexirig applications, dispersion accommodation and preamplified high bit-rate receivers. [...]
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2009-02-19
09:48
Optical amplification and processing in high-capacity photonic networks.
Carsten Jørgensen Videcrantz
Semiconductor optical amplifier based functional elements for amplification and all-optical signal processing applications in optical communication systems operating in the 1. [...]
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2009-02-19
09:48
Optical amplifiers and their system applications.
Benny Mikkelsen
Basic characteristics of erbium doped fiber amplifiers and semiconductor optical amplifiers and their applications in optical systems are investigated both experimentally and theoretically. [...]
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2008-09-30
08:52
Raman amplification in optical communication systems.
Rasmus Kjær
In this thesis, fiber Raman amplifiers (FRAs) are investigated with the purpose of identifying new applications and limitations for their use in optical communication systems. [...]
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2008-02-19
12:14
Ultra-high speed switching functionalities using non-linear fibres - 160-640 Gbit/s all-optical signal processing.
Michael Galili
This thesis deals with optical signal processing of high-speed optical data signals at 160-640 Gbit/s. [...]
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2007-10-08
09:02
High-speed clock recovery and demodulation using short pulse sources and phase-locked loop techniques.
Darko Zibar
We present a modelling technique and noise analysis of a clock recovery scheme based on an optoelectronic phase-locked loop. [...]
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