Millimeter-wave time-resolved measurement near a discontinuity: Separating temporally overlapped incident and reflected signals
|Title||Millimeter-wave time-resolved measurement near a discontinuity: Separating temporally overlapped incident and reflected signals|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1996|
|Authors||Shah, S. A., Zeng A., Wong W. S., Jackson M. K., Pouliot L., Lecours A., and Currie J. F.|
|Journal||Ieee Microwave and Guided Wave Letters|
We report a new measurement approach to recover temporally overlapping incident and reflected signals near a discontinuity using time-resolved electrooptic sampling. The technique involves measurement at two closely spaced locations and enables decomposition of the measured waveforms into components propagating toward and away from a discontinuity. We show experimental results for a simple coplanar structure.