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Determination of Phase Noise Spectra in Optoelectronic Microwave Oscillators: A Langevin Approach

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5 Author(s)
Chembo, Y.K. ; Opt. Dept., Mec. Thermique et Opt.-Sci. et Technol. (FEMTO-ST) Inst., Besancon ; Volyanskiy, K. ; Larger, L. ; Rubiola, E.
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We introduce a stochastic model for the determination of phase noise in optoelectronic oscillators. After a short overview of the main results for the phase diffusion approach in autonomous oscillators, an extension is proposed for the case of optoelectronic oscillators where the microwave is a limit-cycle originated from a bifurcation induced by nonlinearity and time-delay. This Langevin approach based on stochastic calculus is also successfully confronted with experimental measurements.

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 2 )