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MTT Distinguished Lecture – Dr. Ed Ackerman – Analog Photonic Systems
April 17 @ 06:00 - 20:30
Co-sponsored by: Dr. Anjali Agrawal
Abstract – Both the scientific and the defense communities wish to receive and process information occupying ever-wider portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. This can often create an analog-to-digital conversion “bottleneck”. Analog photonic channelization, linearization, and frequency conversion systems can be designed to alleviate this bottleneck. Moreover, the low loss and dispersion of optical fiber and integrated optical waveguides enable most of the components in a broadband sensing or communication system, including all of the analog-to-digital and digital processing hardware, to be situated many feet or even miles from the antennas or other sensors with almost no performance penalty. The anticipated presentation will highlight the advantages and other features of analog photonic systems (including some specific systems that the author has constructed and tested for the US Department of Defense), and will review and explain multiple techniques for optimizing their performance.
Speaker(s): Dr. Edward Ackerman,
6 pm – Free Dinner – Event begins
6:30-7:30 pm – Technical talk by Dr. Ed Ackerman
Networking till 8 PM
The event is being held at Brookdale Community College at the Warner Student Life Center. It is located behind the main academic complex (MAC) – use parking lot #7. A map is available at: https://www.brookdalecc.edu/conference-event-centers/our-facilities/warner-student-life-center/our-location-on-campus/
Room: SLC 216 (Navesink I)
Bldg: Warner Student Life Center
765 Newman Springs Road
BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Lincroft, New Jersey