Design Of Fiber Optic Baseband Video Systems (1979)

By T. Witkowicz, Valtec Corporation

Design of fiber optic single channel video systems is discussed. Attainable unrepeatered system length, and system performance are given. A discussion of source and detector selection, receiver sensitivity, fiber bandwidth, and the effect of nonlinear distortions are presented.

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