2016 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For significant advances in high-capacity optical communication systems.
2014 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2014 - IEEE Eric E. Sumner Award “For contributions to high-capacity, multiplexed, optical communication systems.”
2012 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2011 - SPIE Fellow
2004 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the fundamental understanding and mitigation of key limitations of lightwave transmission systems and networks.
Alan E. Willner mostly deals with Optics, Multiplexing, Electronic engineering, Optical communication and Angular momentum. The various areas that Alan E. Willner examines in his Optics study include Optoelectronics and Orbital angular momentum of light. His Multiplexing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Free-space optical communication, Communication channel, Mode volume, Transmitter and Orbital angular momentum multiplexing.
His work deals with themes such as Optical performance monitoring, Optical cross-connect, Polarization mode dispersion and Signal processing, which intersect with Electronic engineering. His Optical communication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Group delay and phase delay and Bit error rate. The concepts of his Angular momentum study are interwoven with issues in Light beam, Azimuth, Beam and Data transmission.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Optics, Electronic engineering, Multiplexing, Wavelength-division multiplexing and Optoelectronics. His Optics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phase-shift keying and Angular momentum. His Angular momentum research integrates issues from Light beam and Beam.
His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Communication channel, Bit error rate, Optical performance monitoring, Signal processing and Polarization mode dispersion. Alan E. Willner interconnects Transmitter, Free-space optical communication, Transmission and Orbital angular momentum multiplexing in the investigation of issues within Multiplexing. His studies in Wavelength-division multiplexing integrate themes in fields like Optical filter and Optical amplifier.
His primary areas of investigation include Optics, Multiplexing, Angular momentum, Phase-shift keying and Signal processing. His work in Optics tackles topics such as Signal which are related to areas like Fiber Bragg grating. His Multiplexing study deals with Transmitter intersecting with MIMO.
Alan E. Willner works in the field of Angular momentum, focusing on Orbital angular momentum multiplexing in particular. His Phase-shift keying study incorporates themes from Wavelength, Keying, Bit error rate, Quadrature amplitude modulation and Gigabit. While the research belongs to areas of Signal processing, he spends his time largely on the problem of Electronic engineering, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Transmission.
His primary scientific interests are in Optics, Multiplexing, Angular momentum, Phase-shift keying and Frequency comb. Alan E. Willner is involved in the study of Optics that focuses on Optical communication in particular. His Multiplexing research incorporates elements of Transmitter, Forward error correction, Optical link and Free-space optical communication.
His work carried out in the field of Angular momentum brings together such families of science as Communication link, Light beam, Crosstalk, Beam and Gigabit. His research on Phase-shift keying also deals with topics like
Bit error rate which intersects with area such as Data transmission,
Keying together with Phase-locked loop. His Frequency comb study also includes
Modulation that connect with fields like Optoelectronics,
Lithium niobate that connect with fields like Amplitude modulation and Four-wave mixing.
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Terabit free-space data transmission employing orbital angular momentum multiplexing
Jian Wang;Jian Wang;Jeng-Yuan Yang;Irfan M. Fazal;Nisar Ahmed.
Nature Photonics (2012)
Terabit-Scale Orbital Angular Momentum Mode Division Multiplexing in Fibers
Nenad Bozinovic;Yang Yue;Yongxiong Ren;Moshe Tur.
Optical communications using orbital angular momentum beams
A. E. Willner;H. Huang;Y. Yan;Y. Ren.
Advances in Optics and Photonics (2015)
High-capacity millimetre-wave communications with orbital angular momentum multiplexing
Yan Yan;Guodong Xie;Martin P. J. Lavery;Hao Huang.
Nature Communications (2014)
Optical performance monitoring
D.C. Kilper;R. Bach;D.J. Blumenthal;D. Einstein.
optical fiber communication conference (2004)
Optical Fiber Communication Systems
Leonid G. Kazovsky;Sergio Benedetto;Alan E. Willner.
Roadmap on structured light
Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop;Andrew Forbes;Michael Berry;Mark R Dennis.
Journal of Optics (2017)
All-Optical Signal Processing
Alan E. Willner;Salman Khaleghi;Mohammad Reza Chitgarha;Omer Faruk Yilmaz.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (2014)
Optical Fiber Communication
Winston I. Way;Franklin K. Tong;Alan E. Willner.
Optical Fiber Communication (1998)
100 Tbit/s free-space data link enabled by three-dimensional multiplexing of orbital angular momentum, polarization, and wavelength
Hao Huang;Guodong Xie;Yan Yan;Nisar Ahmed.
Optics Letters (2014)
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