Application of electric and electronic engineering to microwave ultra-stable signals and their distribution and characterization

Abstract : Electric and electronic engineering is a wide field of research. We focus here on researches led on resonators and oscillators, signal characterization, wave propagation and distribution of signals. There is a need for temperature control to minimize the influence of thermal variation on frequency stability. Electronic development are also necessary to ensure frequency characterization of delivered signals and various devices such as amplifiers. Typical applications are in aerospace, automotive, energy and telecommunications [1 - 10]. References: [1] P. Salzenstein et al, Electronics Letters 46(10), 686-688 (2010). [2] P. Salzenstein et al, Electronics Letters 46(21), 1433–1434, (2010). [3] P. Salzenstein et al, Physica Scripta T 149, 014025 (2012). [4] P. Salzenstein et al, Measurement 45(7), 1937–1939 (2012). [5] P. Salzenstein et al, Optical Engineering 52(2), 024603 (2013). [6] P. Salzenstein et al, Physica Scripta, T157, 014024 (2013). [7] P. Salzenstein, Int. J. for Sim. and Mult. Design Optimization 7, A8 (6) (2016). [8] P. Salzenstein et al, Measurement 85, 118–123 (2016). [9] P. Salzenstein et al, J. of Power Technol. 98(2), 198-201 (2018). [10] P. Salzenstein, Int. J. for Sim. and Mult. Design Optimization 10, A2 (2019).
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Patrice Salzenstein. Application of electric and electronic engineering to microwave ultra-stable signals and their distribution and characterization. 6th International Forum on Electrical Engineering and Automation (IFEEA 2019), AEIC学术交流中心, Jul 2019, Qingdao, China. ⟨hal-02282684⟩

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