An indispensable treatment of optical signal processing--now in a convenient paperback edition
This introduction to optical signal processing offers an unparalleled look at its underlying theory and selected processing applications. Designed as both a senior-level undergraduate or first-year graduate-level textbook and a reference for professionals working in the field, Optical Signal Processing begins with a clear, methodical look at the fundamentals of optical signal processing, forming a firm foundation for a discussion of the field's ever-evolving technological breadth. Beginning with the second half of the book, special emphasis is given to processing wide bandwidth signals in real time by using acousto-optic technology.
Complete with detailed study problems that test the limits of students' knowledge, this comprehensive text forms a complete one-volume account of the theory and applications of optical signal processing. Professional engineers and physicists will find the sheer breadth of up-to-date coverage and detail of Optical Signal Processing provides them with an indispensable treatment of this influential technology.