Stability of parametric amplifiers

by A. R. Kerr

Publisher: Dept. of Electrical Engineering, University of Melbourne in Parkville, Vic

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby A. R. Kerr.
SeriesUniversity of Melbourne. Dept. of Electrical Engineering. Research report no. 9/68
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LC ClassificationsTK1 .M34 no. 9/68
The Physical Object
Pagination32, A40 l.
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL5274336M
LC Control Number71576081

In this chapter, the principle, design, and characteristics of high-efficiency, short-pulse-pumped, few-cycle optical parametric chirped-pulse amplification (OPCPA) systems are reviewed. To this end, the feasibility of two techniques to increase the conversion efficiency of few-cycle OPCPA systems is demonstrated and discussed. The techniques result in mJ, W pulses and correspond to a Author: Hanieh Fattahi. @article{osti_, title = {Competing collinear and noncollinear interactions in chirped quasi-phase-matched optical parametric amplifiers}, author = {Charbonneau-Lefort, Mathieu and Afeyan, Bedros and Fejer, M. M.}, abstractNote = {Chirped quasi-phase-matched optical parametric amplifiers (chirped QPM OPAs) are investigated experimentally.   Antimonide-based compound semiconductors (abcs) April Press Release. Artificial transmission lines. Association of Old Crows. Atmospheric Attenuation. Atmospheric Breakdown. Atmospheric Pressure. Attenuator Dissipation. Attenuator Math. Automotive Radar. Automotive radar applications. Avoiding oscillations in microwave packaging. TABLE OF CONTENTS Article List A/D and D/A Conversion Architectures and Techniques Acoustic Microwave Devices Active Antennas Active Filters: Overview of Active Filter Structures Active Filters: Tools and Techniques for Active Filter Design Adaptive Array Antennas Altimeters Amplitude Shift Keying Analytical and Adaptive Modeling of Nonlinear High Power Amplifiers Anisotropy and Bianisotropy.

Combating Dispersion with Parametric Amplifiers, IEEE Photonics Technologies Letters, 5 () [Kumar, Li, Kath & Kutz] Book Chapters Data-driven approximations of dynamical systems operators for control, in The Koopman Operator in Systems and Control, Eds. A. Mauroy, I. Mezic & Y. Susuki (Springer ) (Kaiser, Kutz & Brunton). Multistage power amplifiers are prone to parametric oscillations of an odd-mode nature. In this article, a technique for detecting and avoiding odd-mode parametric oscillations in microwave power amplifiers under large-signal excitations is extended and : A. Anakabe, J. M. Collantes, J. Portilla, S. Mons, A. Mallet.   The most rigorous and wise generalization of the Rollet criterion to the stability of large-signal periodic regimes is given in Suarez et al. “Generalized Stability Criteria for Power Amplifiers Under Mismatch Effects” IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Tech., vol. 63, pp. , December Stability of pulses in nonlinear optical fibers using phase-sensitive amplifiers SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics, 56 () [Kutz & Kath] Fiber Optic Modules for High Speed Interconnects LEOS Newsletter, 10 () [Bergman, Koehler, Kutz & Prucnal].

This well-respected, market-leading text discusses the use of digital computers in the real-time control of dynamic systems. The emphasis is on the design of digital controls that achieve good dynamic response and small errors while using signals that are sampled in time and quantized in by: The Effects of Nonlinearity on Parametric Amplifiers. IDETC/CIE The ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, 2nd International Conference on Micro- and Nanosystems. Brooklyn, New York. DETC 7. J. F. Rhoads, N. J. Miller, S. W. Shaw, and B. F. Feeny. Mechanical Domain Parametric Amplification. An analysis of a state variable filter of the kind described by Bonello et al is shown which illustrates the effect the dominant pole in the transfer functions of the operational amplifiers has on stability. Two methods are shown which can substantially null this effect, one of which employs the inherent matching of circuits within an integrated circuit to automatically achieve effective nulling. Cover --Table of Contents --About Andrei Grebennikov --About Nathan O. Sokal --Preface --Acknowledgments --Chapter 1: Power-Amplifier Design Principles Spectral-Domain Analysis Basic Classes of Operation: A, AB, B, and C Active Device Models High-Frequency Conduction Angle Nonlinear Effect of Collector Capacitance.

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A parametric oscillator is a driven harmonic oscillator in which the oscillations are driven by varying some parameter of the system at some frequency, typically different from the natural frequency of the oscillator.

A simple example of a parametric oscillator is a child pumping a playground swing by periodically standing and squatting to increase the size of the swing's oscillations. There is a systematic design strategy developed for microwave amplifiers that allows input and output voltage standing wave ratios, low noise, optimum gain and stability to be taken into account.

The concept of impedance mismatch invariance is introduced to aid the 3/5(4). There are not a few problems on the practical applications of cavity type parametric amplifiers, but improving their performance reliability may be one of the most important.

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The book is concerned with the development of engineering methods for the analysis of periodic unsteady systems. Simple approximate conditions are formulated for the excitation of parametric oscillations in dynamic systems, and a new physical explanation is given for the mechanism of the loss of stability of periodic motion.

The analysis is carried out in terms of amplitude-phase frequency Cited by: 3. A relevant instability phenomenon in degenerate parametric power amplifiers is the division by two of the pump frequency. Because of the existence of an input source at the same frequency of the.

Optical parametric oscillators pumped by μm pulsed Nd:YAG lasers have been operated over the wavelength range –4 μm with tuning by temperature or by quasi-phasematched : Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh. Various other char­acteristics of Parametric Amplifier Types must also now be discussed, such as practical circuits, their performance and advantages, and lastly the important noise perfor­mance.

Amplifier Types: When classifying parametric amplifiers, the first thing to decide is the device whose parameter will be varied. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Even‐Mode Oscillations Odd‐Mode Oscillations Parametric Oscillations Spurious Parametric Oscillations Low‐Frequency Oscillations References Problems.

Stability of transverse field structures in Stability of parametric amplifiers book optical parametric oscillators. / Nishimura, Joel; Nathan Kutz, J. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. Optical Society of America, Research output:Author: Joel Nishimura, J. Nathan Kutz. An amplifier, electronic amplifier or (informally) amp is an electronic device that can increase the power of a signal (a time-varying voltage or current).It is a two-port electronic circuit that uses electric power from a power supply to increase the amplitude of a signal applied to its input terminals, producing a proportionally greater amplitude signal at its output.

A relevant instability phenomenon in degenerate parametric power amplifiers is the division by two of the pump frequency. Because of the existence of an input source at the same frequency of the instability, the degenerate parametric power amplifier will exhibit a specific bifurcation behavior, inherent to this type of circuit.

The anomalous shape of the solution curves with high slope and. Fiber optical parametric amplifiers (OPAs) show great potential for applications in high-speed optical communication systems.

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The present collection of papers is primarily concerned with progress in Nd:YAG lasers, single-frequency lasers, helium-neon lasers and the positive column, and optical parametric oscillators. Special emphasis is placed on the quantitative understanding of pump efficiency, thermal effects, fluorescence quenching, single frequency operation, and.

Power amplifiers often exhibit undesired behavior from certain input power value which cannot be predicted with a small-signal stability analysis. Among the commonly observed undesired phenomena are spurious oscillations, frequency divisions, hysteresis or chaos.

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An extensive literature has been devoted to elec-tron beam parametric amplifiers. Current-feedback amplifiers also have a large-signal advantage over voltage op-amps. The chapter discusses multipliers and programmable-gain amplifiers.

The large-signal behavior of current-feedback amplifiers does not have the slew-rate limitation on input dynamic range. The current-feedback concept also applies to instrumentation amplifiers. 11 Parametric Amplifiers p-n Junction Diodes Manley-Rowe Relations Linearized Equations for Parametric Amplifiers Parametric Up-Converter Negative-Resistance Parametric Amplifier Noise Properties of Parametric Amplifiers 12 Oscillators and Mixers Gunn Oscillators 12 Author: Robert E.

Collin. Evaluation of parametric amplifiers and its application. Parametric amplifiers can be based on degenerate FWM (in the single-pump case) and on nondegenerate FWM (in the dual-pump case).

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Figure is a functional diagram of a parametric down-converter. The parametric frequency converter operates in the same manner as the parametric amplifier except that the sideband frequencies are not reapplied to the varactor.

Previous work with Josephson parametric amplifi11,12,13,14 demonstrated that they can act as phase-sensitive amplifiers that add less Cited by:. Stability of parametric amplifiers, by A. R. Kerr; Parametric amplifiers / J.C.

Decroly [and others] Constrained extremization by a parametric method / C. Robert Wichers; Parametrization of developable surfaces by asymptotic lines / Vitaly Ushakov; A parametric study of ramrocket performance / [email protected]{osti_, title = {Experimental implementation of a nonlinear beamsplitter based on a phase-sensitive parametric amplifier}, author = {Fang, Yami and Feng, Jingliang and Cao, Leiming and Wang, Yaxian and Jing, Jietai}, abstractNote = {Beamsplitters have played an important role in quantum optics experiments.

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