homodyne


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homodyne

(ˈhɒməˌdaɪn)
adj
(Telecommunications) telecomm produced by, operating by, or relating to the combination of two radio signals using a local oscillator set to share the same frequency as that of the carrier wave
Translations
homodyne
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RF Toolbox and RF Blockset: RF budget analysis, simulation, and verification of homodyne and superheterodyne RF transmitters and receivers; and
Li, "Analysis of link performance and robustness of homodyne BPSK for airborne backbone laser communication system".
TRQSR will be implemented by combining pump and probe experiments resolving single light pulses with balanced homodyne detection quantum tomography in the pulsed regime.
Binh presents students, academics, researchers, and IT professionals working in a variety of contexts with the second edition of his comprehensive investigation of the contemporary aspects of coherent homodyne and self-coherent reception techniques that employ algorithms incorporated in digital signal processing systems.
Palczewski, "Idea of six-port vector-voltmeter with homodyne phase-sensitive detectors," Ninth Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 380-384, New York, United States, 1992.
Ranging to the target is usually required to scale the received signal, depending on where the signal was reflected from, and this ranging can be accomplished by much narrower band homodyne radar as the range to target is generally not required at the same resolution as is desired for target structure.
Homodyne architectures are requested to reduce the power dissipation on the transceiver.
Traditionally, the step of converting the rapid motion of the cantilever into an amplitude or phase is performed by phase sensitive homodyne or phase-locked loop detection.
Specific topics include error filtration, quantum strong flipping, photon pair generation, entanglement and eavesdropping, single qubit quantum multiparty communication, the relativistic no-cloning theorem, a coarse-grained Schrodinger "cat," a quantum di Finetti theorem for the unitary group, better Bell inequalities, security of quantum key distribution protocols based on ququarts, linear-optics manipulations of photon-loss codes, biased reconstruction and homodyne tomography, state ordering v.
This system is composed a homodyne Mach-Zender-type laser interferometer with a phase compensation feedback circuit.