Optical Communication with Chaotic Lasers: Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics and Synchronization

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 13, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 640 pages
Starting with an introduction to the fundamental physics in chaotic instabilities in laser systems, this comprehensive and unified reference goes on to present the techniques and technology of synchronization of chaos in coupled lasers, as well as the many applications to lasers and optics, communications, security and information technology. Throughout, it presents the current state of knowledge, including encoding/decoding techniques, performance of chaotic communication systems, random number generation, and novel communication technologies.
 

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Contents

Part One Basic Physics of Chaos and Synchronization in Lasers
1
Controlling Chaos in Lasers
4
3
12
Basics ofChaos and Laser
19
2
20
3
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4
44
6
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3
188
A 2
271
Example of Unidirectionally
285
Coupled Semiconductor Lasers with Optical Feedback
300
A 3
307
A 4
315
4
341
Implementation of Optical Communication with Chaotic Lasers
369

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4
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6
68
Chaos in Semiconductor Lasers
69
Example ofSemiconductor
145
SteadyState Solutions with Optical Feedback
166
Numerical Analysis of Semiconductor Laser with Optical
172
2
174
Dimensionless Equations and Further Nonlinear Analysis
184
2 4
186
Secure Key Distribution Based on InformationTheoretic
427
Random Number Generation with Chaotic Lasers
445
2
501
Classification of Controlling Chaos
511
A 1 OGY Method for Controlling Chaos
530
References
557
Glossary
575
4 2
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Atsushi Uchida received his Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Keio University in Yokohama, Japan, in 2000. He is an associate professor at the Department of Information and Computer Sciences at Saitama University in Saitama, Japan, and is currently working on synchronization of chaotic lasers, its applications for optical communication, secure key generation with chaotic lasers, and random number generation with chaotic lasers. Dr. Uchida is a member of the Optical Society of America, IEEE Photonics Society, and American Physical Society.

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