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W. van Etten

Researcher at Eindhoven University of Technology

Publications -  21
Citations -  617

W. van Etten is an academic researcher from Eindhoven University of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Optical fiber & Transmission (telecommunications). The author has an hindex of 8, co-authored 21 publications receiving 600 citations.

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Maximum Likelihood Receiver for Multiple Channel Transmission Systems

TL;DR: A maximum likelihood estimator for digital sequences disturbed by Gaussian noise, intersymbol interference and interchannel interference is derived and it appears that, under a certain condition, the error performance is asymptotically as good as if both ISI and ICI were absent.
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An Optimum Linear Receiver for Multiple Channel Digital Transmission Systems

TL;DR: In this paper, an optimum linear receiver for multiple channel digital transmission systems is developed for the minimum P e and for the zero-forcing criterion, together with a theorem on the optimality of a finite lenght multiple tapped delay line.
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Fundamentals of optical fiber communications

TL;DR: In this article, a slab waveguide analysis of the step index fiber dispersion in the step-index fiber is presented, as well as the monomode fiber propagation of light rays in multimode graded index fibres dispersion and detectors modulation of semiconductor light sources.
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Loss in multimode fiber connections with a gap.

TL;DR: The efficiency and loss of multimode fiber connections are calculated using a phase space description of the light rays and it appears that the gap gives less loss than the other two misalignments.
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Adaptive importance sampling for performance evaluation and parameter optimization of communication systems

TL;DR: New adaptive importance sampling techniques based on stochastic Newton recursions are presented and it is indicated that the tolerable crosstalk levels are significantly higher than predicted in the literature and has a strong impact on the design of WDM networks.