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.

Student Reports

Latest additions:
2011-08-23
15:05
Studies on clipping and intermodulation distortion in hybrid fibre-coax networks.
Ahmed Fadil
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2008-08-28
14:40
Automation of 40 Gbit/s test system.
Andreas Kragelund
This thesis present a method for automating bit error ratio and optical signal-to-noise ratio measurements in LabVIEW based on different measurement instruments, making it easier and faster to perform this kind of measurements. [...]
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2008-03-26
11:11
Studies on clipping and intermodulation distortion in hybrid fibre-coax networks.
Yi An
Analog subcarrier multiplexing (SCM) hybrid fiber-coax (HFC) cable TV (CATV) systems call for upgrading to digital systems. [...]
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2007-07-04
13:04
Optimization of a vestigial side-band transmitter.
Shuyuan Qin
In order to build future flexible and cost-effective DWDM systems, advanced modulation formats with high spectral efficiency and dispersion tolerance are needed. [...]
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2007-07-04
13:04
Filtering of directly modulated laser signals by arrayed wavelength grating (de-)multiplexers.
Yi An
Cost effective Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) networks call for the use of 10 Gbit/s directly modulated lasers. [...]
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2007-07-04
13:04
Implementation of a 10 Gbit/s carrier-suppressed return-to-zero transmitter.
Thomas Flarup, Martin Andersen
The goal of this project is to contribute to the Systems Competence Areas efforts on new modulation formats. [...]
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2007-07-04
13:04
Optical signal to noise ratio monitoring using a grating-based power monitor.
Mathieu Semenou
It is therefore very important to be able to achieve OSNR monitoring inside a WDM network in order to detect a possible physical impairment. [...]
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