Microwave Photonics: Signal processing for phased array antennas

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Roeloffzen, Chris and Marpaung, David and Burla, Maurizio and Khan, M. Reza and Zhuang, Leimeng and Leinse, Arne and Heideman, René and Beeker, Willem and Hoekman, Marcel and Bruinink, Christiaan (2012) Microwave Photonics: Signal processing for phased array antennas. Fotonica Magazine, 37 (1). pp. 11-14. ISSN 0925-5338

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Abstract:Microwave Photonics (MWP) is an emerging field, in which radio frequency (RF) signals are generated, distributed, processed and analyzed using the strength of photonic techniques. It is a disruptive technology which enables various functionalities which are not feasible to achieve only in the microwave domain. In the recent years microwave photonics has successively found itself in the applications such as broadband wireless access networks, sensor network, radar, satellite communications, instrumentation, and warfare systems, and currently there is an increasing effort in researching new microwave and milimeter-wave signals.
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