publication . Article . 2002

Spatial power splitting and combining based on the Talbot effect

T.J. Tayag; Michael B. Steer; J. Harvey; Alexander B. Yakovlev; J. Davis;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2002
The Talbot effect, a multimode interference phenomenon, is investigated as a technique for combining power from solid-state devices in order to generate higher levels of microwave and millimeter-wave power in a process referred to as quasioptical or spatial power combining. We explore the feasibility of using the Talbot effect to implement a 1 /spl times/ 8 power splitter and an 8 /spl times/ 1 power combiner at 94 GHz. We report the first demonstration of the multimode interface phenomenon in a planar waveguide at 8 GHz.
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free text keywords: Amplifier, Optics, business.industry, business, Physics, Microwave, Talbot effect, Interference (wave propagation), Multi-mode optical fiber, Waveguide, law.invention, law, Power dividers and directional couplers, Splitter
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