Optical Space Communication II: 10-11 June 1991 Munich, Germany (Proceedings of Spie) download epub
by Jurgen Franz
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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 1522. Purchase complete book on SPIE. Munich '91 (lasers '91) 10-14 june 1991. 7 Sessions, 28 Papers, 0 Presentations. Current and future activities in the area of optical space communications in Japan.
SPIE: Optical Space Communication II, vol. 1522, 1991. SPIE: Optical Space Communication II, pages 1522–1526, Munich, June vol. T. Okoshi and K. Kikuchi. 10 Gbit/s optical PSK homodyne transmission experiments using external cavity DFB LDs. Electron.
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Germany identifies optical communication as a strategic space-technology. Past and present in-orbit achievements and future goals on the German Roadmap towards optical communication in space are discussed. Do you want to read the rest of this conference paper?