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Demonstration of a radio-frequency spectrum analyzer based on spectral hole burning

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Abstract

Spectral hole-burning (SHB) technology is considered for >10GHz instantaneous bandwidth signal-processing applications. In this context we report on what is believed to be the first demonstration of a SHB microwave spectrometer. A set of gratings engraved in a SHB crystal is used to filter one sideband of the optically carried microwave signal. The setup is confined to narrow-bandwidth operation, over a 35-MHz-wide interval. The first findings confirm the validity of the architecture in terms of spectral resolution, angular channel separation, and simultaneous detection of multiple spectral lines.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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