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Integration of encoder / decoder for avionic OCDMA by holographic Bragg reflectors

Huang, Yue-Kai and Baby, Varghese and Glesk, I. and Prucnal, Paul R. and Greiner, Christoph and Iazikov, Dmitri and Mossberg, Thomas W. (2005) Integration of encoder / decoder for avionic OCDMA by holographic Bragg reflectors. In: Avionics Fiber-Optics and Photonics, 2005-09-20 - 2005-09-22.

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Integrated holographic en/decoders are proposed to provide wavelength-hopping time-spreading codes for optical-code division-multiple-access avionic systems. A prototype device employs two holographic Bragg reflectors to perform data en/decoding with two complementary diagonal 16-chip temporal-spectral codes.