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10-GHz bandwidth RF spectral analyzer with MHz resolution based on spectral hole burning in Tm3+:YAG

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5 Author(s)
Gorju, G. ; CNRS, Lab. Aime Cotton, Orsay, France ; Crozatier, V. ; Lorgere, I. ; Le Gouet, J.-L.
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We demonstrate the first 10-GHz instantaneous bandwidth radio-frequency spectrum analyzer based on spectral hole burning in Tm3+:YAG. It exhibits 10 000 frequency channels and a resolution better than 1 MHz. Thanks to the fast and linear chirping capabilities of the laser used, it has a potential 100% probability of interception and a response time in the millisecond range. Its linear dynamic range of 16 dB is presently essentially limited by the modest amount of optical power available and can be further improved.

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Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 2005

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