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BANDWIDTH REQUIREMENTS FOR M-SEQUENCE CODES USED IN FIBER OPTIC MULTIPLEXING SYSTEMS

Abstract:

Maximal length sequence spread spectrum techniques have been identified as an attractive means of networking a number of fibre optic sensors, since they provide a means of increasing the mean launch power of the interrogating signal while retaining sufficient measurand bandwidth. In such applications it is important to minimise the crosstalk between sensors, while maximising the number of sensors supported. The paper considers and presents formally the coupling requirements of such a system a...

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10.1049/ip-opt:19952039

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Publisher:
IEE
Journal:
IEE PROCEEDINGS-OPTOELECTRONICS
Volume:
142
Issue:
4
Pages:
202-206
Publication date:
1995-08-01
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EISSN:
1359-7078
ISSN:
1350-2433
Source identifiers:
64226
Language:
English
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2012-12-19

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