Reply-To: "fred bartoli"
From: "fred bartoli"
Subject: Re: Comb/Harmonic Generators
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 18:23:25 +0100
X-Newsreader: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.00.2314.1300
Organization: Guest of ProXad - France
NNTP-Posting-Date: 06 Dec 2002 18:20:51 MET
John Larkin a écrit dans le
message : email@example.com...
> On 6 Dec 2002 06:45:57 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Vance) wrote:
> It's interesting that there was a sampler bandwidth battle for a
> while, followed by a long truce between HP and Tek at 50 GHz. LeCroy
> seems to have broken the truce by going to 60, and now Tek has a
> plugin at '70+'. HP has had 100 and even 200 GHz shockline samplers
> for years, but never put them into scopes for, as I hear, 'market, not
> technology' reasons. I've seen papers about near-THz samplers, but
> somewhere up there the signals won't go through coax any more so the
> electrical bandwidth becomes useless.
I can remember a couple of paper describing the use of such delay lines to
compress laser pulses down to the femtoseconds domain.
IIRC I did google "delay line" +disperse or dispersive +chirp
I also saw mentionned the use of such lines in early radar technics but I
can't remember the purpose.
> If you ever want to do a scope, I'd be pleased to collaborate on the
> timbase. I have a very cute deconvolution algorithm too... tried to
> interest Tek in it, but it got NIH'd.
> Time domain rocks! Sinewaves suck!
Sinewaves are time domain. Not spectra lines :-)