Abstract

Electrooptical processing (EOP), a relatively new approach to compact high-speed signal processing, is investigated. It offers a viable alternative to real-time electronic processing for many applications. The most promising EOP, that developed by M. Monahan and K. Bromley [see Proceedings, Electro-Optics/Laser 78 Conference and Exposition ( Industrial & Scientific Conference Management, Chicago, 1978), p. 479], was modeled in terms of system error and noise sources. As an example of model usage, a general expression for EOP dynamic range as a function of model parameters is presented.

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