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Study on optical finite impulse response filter

Authors Zhou, Y
Zeng, GJ
Yu, FH
Kwok, HS
Issue Date 2003
Source Optical engineering , v. 42, (8), 2003, AUG, p. 2318-2323
Summary We present an optical finite impulse response (FIR) filter design method. Based on crystal birefringence, an optical FIR filter can be designed to produce arbitrary spectrum output. A mathematic model of the optical FIR filter is introduced from the FIR theory. Details of the mapping relationship between an FIR filter and an optical filter are analyzed. A classical FIR filter design method is directly applied. After using the optical backward transfer method to implement the optical configuration, a design of a green/magenta broadband filter is discussed. The experiment results demonstrate that the theoretical simulation is in accordance with the experiment. (C) 2003 Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers.
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ISSN 0091-3286
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