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Optische Empfänger

  • H.-G. Bach
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Zusammenfassung

Optische Empfänger (Photoernpfänger) sind Schlüsselelemente in optischen Übertragungssystemen [1,2,3]. Sie wandeln optische Signale, z. B. im Wellenlängenbereich des ersten, zweiten oder dritten optischen Fensters der Einmodenquarzglasfaser (0,85, 1,3 μm und 1,55 μm) in elektrische Signale um. Photoempfänger sind für einen weiten Bitratenbereich vorzugsweise in Hybridbauform, für moderate Bitraten bis 2,5 Gbit/s kommerziell auch als optoelektronisch integrierte Schaltkreise (OEICs) erhältlich, wobei für Laborprototypen-OEICs die Bitrate von 40 Gbit/s im Jahre 1999 den Stand der Technik darstellt.

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