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EE 566 - Optical Communications
Fall
Description: EE 566: Optical Communications – Devices and Systems, Credit: 3.
Textbook:
Lecture Notes
Djafar K. K. Mynbaev, Lowell L. Scheiner, “Fiber-Optic Communications
Technology,” Prentice Hall, 2000
Instructors: Prof. Pao-Lo Liu
Goals:
The goal of the course is to enable attendess to understand the operational
principles of photonic devices and their applications in optical communications
systems. Topics covered include the waveguide theory, optical fibers,
semiconductor lasers and detectors, noise, electrooptic modulation, acoutooptic
effect, coupled mode analysis and grating, soliton, wavelength-divison
multiplexing, fiber amplifiers. Emphasis is also given to their applications in
optical communications systems.
Prerequisite: Electromagnetic theory (EE324) and physical electronics (EE310, 311)
Topics:
1. Optical communications systems
2. Review of electromagnetic theory and propagation of light
3. Waveguide theory and fibers
4. Semiconductor and fiber lasers
5. Detectors
6. Noise and principle of coherent communications
7. Electrooptic modulation
8. Acoustooptic effect
9. Coupled mode analysis and gratings
10. Wavelength division multiplexing
11. Fiber amplifier
12. Soliton
13. Novel Devices
Grading:
Two homework assignments (20% each), one presentation (15%), one project
(25%), and one open book exam (20%)
90% A, 88% A-, 85% B+ 82% B, 80% B-, 77% C+, 73% C, 70% C-,
60% D, or F.
Schedule:
Wed. 18:00-20:40 PM except official, university holidays in Knox 104
Office Hours: Wed. 11:00-12:00, Bonner 215A, 645-3115x1207
[email protected]
Website:
http://www.ee.buffalo.edu/faculty/paololiu/566