Analog optical links by Cox III C.H.

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However, there are typically several transverse cavity modes and when the VCSEL is operated with multiple transverse modes the total optical output power can be greater than 100 mW. In addition to their effect on total output power, the cavity modes also have an impact on the VCSEL-to-fiber coupling efficiency. Higher efficiency is possible under the multi-mode condition, but the fiber coupling efficiency is much more sensitive to mis-alignment and the optical spectrum no longer consists of a single frequency.

Whitaker, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Chapter 58. 1 Introduction In this chapter we develop the small-signal relationships between the RF and optical parameters for the most common electro-optic devices used in intensity modulation, direct detection links. There are numerous device parameters we could use for this task; we concentrate here – as we will throughout this book – on those parameters that can be measured and selected by the link designer – as opposed to those parameters that can only be measured and controlled by the device designer.

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