2016 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to high-speed optical communication systems
2013 - OSA Fellows For pioneering contributions to high-speed optical transmission systems and technologies.
G. Raybon mostly deals with Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical amplifier, Amplifier and Optical performance monitoring. His Transmission research extends to the thematically linked field of Optics. His Optoelectronics study incorporates themes from Optical cross-connect and Laser.
His work on Optical parametric amplifier as part of general Optical amplifier research is often related to Charge-carrier density, thus linking different fields of science. His Amplifier research incorporates elements of Optical pumping, Laser pumping, Auger effect, Auger and Saturation. His study in Optical performance monitoring is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Optical modulation amplitude, Optical communication, Optical switch and Signal.
Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical amplifier, Laser and Amplifier are his primary areas of study. His Optics study frequently links to related topics such as Transmission. His Optical amplifier research includes elements of Saturation, Gain compression, Optical switch, Quantum well and Linear amplifier.
His study focuses on the intersection of Laser and fields such as Transmitter with connections in the field of Bit error rate. His Amplifier research includes themes of Multiple quantum, Diode and Single-mode optical fiber. His work deals with themes such as Optical communication, Multiplexing, Electronic engineering and Optical filter, which intersect with Wavelength-division multiplexing.
G. Raybon spends much of his time researching Electronic engineering, Optics, Phase-shift keying, Multiplexing and Quadrature amplitude modulation. His Electronic engineering research integrates issues from Optical performance monitoring, Optical add-drop multiplexer, Optical fiber and Pulse-amplitude modulation. G. Raybon combines subjects such as Transmission and Line rate with his study of Optics.
The Phase-shift keying study combines topics in areas such as Keying, Oscilloscope, Optical filter and Signal processing. His work in Multiplexing tackles topics such as Optical communication which are related to areas like Laser. The concepts of his Quadrature amplitude modulation study are interwoven with issues in Time-division multiplexing and Forward error correction.
G. Raybon focuses on Optics, Quadrature amplitude modulation, Multiplexing, Electronic engineering and Transmission. His work on Wavelength and Wavelength-division multiplexing as part of general Optics research is frequently linked to Optical polarization, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies deal with areas such as Speech recognition and Spectral efficiency as well as Wavelength-division multiplexing.
His Quadrature amplitude modulation study also includes fields such as
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Six wavelength laser array with integrated amplifier and modulator
Matthew G. Young;U. Koren;B.I. Miller;M. Chien.
Electronics Letters (1995)
BER measurements of frequency converted signals using four-wave mixing in a semiconductor laser amplifier at 1, 2.5, 5 and 10 Gbit/s
R. Ludwig;G. Raybon.
Electronics Letters (1994)
100-Gb/s discrete-multitone transmission over 80-km SSMF using single-sideband modulation with novel interference-cancellation scheme
Sebastian Randel;Dario Pilori;S. Chandrasekhar;Greg Raybon.
european conference on optical communication (2015)
Novel 3R regenerator based on semiconductor optical amplifier delayed-interference configuration
J. Leuthold;B. Mikkelsen;R.E. Behringer;G. Raybon.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2001)
25 x 40-Gb/s copolarized DPSK transmission over 12 x 100-km NZDF with 50-GHz channel spacing
A.H. Gnauck;G. Raybon;S. Chandrasekhar;J. Leuthold.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2003)
Carrier heating and spectral hole burning in strained-layer quantum-well laser amplifiers at 1.5 μm
K. L. Hall;G. Lenz;E. P. Ippen;U. Koren.
Applied Physics Letters (1992)
Ultrafast gain dynamics in 1.5 μm multiple quantum well optical amplifiers
G. Eisenstein;J. M. Wiesenfeld;M. Wegener;G. Sucha.
Applied Physics Letters (1991)
40 Gbit/s pseudo-linear transmission over one million kilometers
G. Raybon;Y. Su;J. Leuthold;R.-J. Essiambre.
optical fiber communication conference (2002)
218-Gb/s single-wavelength, single-polarization, single-photodiode transmission over 125-km of standard singlemode fiber using Kramers-Kronig detection
X. Chen;C. Antonelli;S. Chandrasekhar;G. Raybon.
optical fiber communication conference (2017)
5.5-mm long InGaAsP monolithic extended-cavity laser with an integrated Bragg-reflector for active mode-locking
P.B. Hansen;G. Raybon;U. Koren;B.I. Miller.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1992)
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