optical-to-electrical love

optical-to-electrical

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  • Each of the Company's DAS sites consists of an optical-to-electrical converter, a radio frequency transceiver, and one or more radiating antennas.

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  • Each of the Company's DAS sites consists of an optical-to-electrical converter, a radio frequency transceiver, and one or more radiating antennas.

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  • Each of the Company's DAS sites consists of an optical-to-electrical converter, a radio frequency transceiver, and one or more radiating antennas.

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  • Each of the Company's DAS sites consists of an optical-to-electrical converter, a radio frequency transceiver, and one or more radiating antennas.

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  • It also overcomes the thermal noise of the optical-to-electrical converters, a chronic problem that limits the sensitivity of virtually all scanners.

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  • The new technology, dubbed the CWEETS Scanner (chirped wavelength electronic encoded time domain sampling), first maps the one-dimensional bar code image onto the spectrum of an ultrashort laser pulse and then maps that into an amplitude-modulated waveform that is captured with a single optical-to-electrical converter.

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  • This is in stark contrast to typical camera-based bar code readers, which require many optical-to-electrical converters - in other words, an array of pixels - to capture the image.

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