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Metal Ions in Biological Systems: Biogeochemical Cycles

By: A Sigel, H Sigel and R Sigel
500 pages, Illus
Metal Ions in Biological Systems: Biogeochemical Cycles
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  • Metal Ions in Biological Systems: Biogeochemical Cycles ISBN: 9780849337628 Hardback Feb 2005 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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From the modulation of lightwaves to amplification, compensation of loss, and manipulation of lightwave signals, "Photonic Signal Processing: Techniques and Applications" presents comprehensive coverage of several processing functions on lightwave signals for applications in optical communication systems and photonic processors. This book presents an overview of lightwave components and their processing functions, photonic differentiators, integrators, tunable filters, and soliton generators, describing signal processing techniques in the photonic domain and applications for the design of all optical processors. The book also discusses principles and implementation of all optical signal processing systems.


Principal Photonic Devices for Processing Optical Fiber Communications Photonic Signal Processors Optical Monitors Incoherence and Coherence in Photonic Signal Processing Introduction Incoherent Fiber-Optic Signal Processing Coherent Integrated-Optic Signal Processing Summary Photonic Computing Processor Incoherent Fiber-Optic Systolic Array Processors Programmable Incoherent Newton-Cotes Optical Integrator Higher-Derivative FIR Optical Differentiators Appendix A: Generalized Theory of Newton-Cotes Digital Integrators Ultra-Short Pulse Photonic Generator Optical Dark-Solution Generator and Detectors Mode-Locked Ultra-Short Pulse Generators Dispersion Compensation Using Photonic Filters Introductory Remarks Dispersion Compensation Using Optical Resonators Eigenfilter Design for Dispersion Compensation Tunable Optical Filters Introduction Basic Structures of Tunable Optical Filters Appendix: Fundamental Characteristics of Recursive Digital Filters

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By: A Sigel, H Sigel and R Sigel
500 pages, Illus
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