2020 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to the mitigation of polarization effects in optically-amplified lightwave systems
2005 - OSA Fellows For pioneering the use of optical phase conjugation to mitigate impairments in lightwave systems, for innovative discoveries in polarization-mode dispersion phenomena and measurement techniques, and for sustained service to OSA
Robert M. Jopson mostly deals with Optics, Optical fiber, Optical amplifier, Polarization mode dispersion and Optoelectronics. Dispersion, Polarization, Wavelength, Modal dispersion and Phase conjugation are among the areas of Optics where he concentrates his study. His study looks at the relationship between Optical fiber and topics such as Optical communication, which overlap with Nonlinear element, Fiber amplifier, Optical phase conjugation and Optical polarization.
His Optical amplifier study incorporates themes from Amplifier, Signal, Gigabit and Erbium. His research investigates the connection between Polarization mode dispersion and topics such as Polarization rotator that intersect with problems in A fibers. He combines subjects such as Optical pumping and Transmission with his study of Optoelectronics.
Robert M. Jopson focuses on Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical amplifier, Optical fiber and Amplifier. His study in Polarization mode dispersion, Dispersion-shifted fiber, Dispersion, Wavelength and Polarization is carried out as part of his studies in Optics. His research in Optoelectronics intersects with topics in Quantum well, Optical pumping and Laser.
His Optical amplifier research incorporates themes from Intermodulation, Optical communication, Wavelength-division multiplexing and Semiconductor. His work deals with themes such as Phase conjugation and Optical polarization, which intersect with Optical fiber. His Amplifier research integrates issues from Phase modulation, Waveguide, Modulation and Semiconductor laser theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Optics, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Signal, Phase conjugation and Optical amplifier. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quadrature amplitude modulation and Phase modulation. His Wavelength-division multiplexing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cross-phase modulation, Zero-dispersion wavelength, Fiber-optic communication, Optical fiber and Electronic engineering.
His Optical fiber research includes elements of Fiber nonlinearity and Transmission. His research investigates the link between Phase conjugation and topics such as Beam steering that cross with problems in Dispersion. His research integrates issues of Transmitter, Optoelectronics and Polarization-maintaining optical fiber in his study of Optical parametric amplifier.
Robert M. Jopson mainly investigates Optics, Phase conjugation, Phase modulation, Wavelength-division multiplexing and Parametric statistics. His is doing research in Optical amplifier, Optical fiber and Parametric oscillator, both of which are found in Optics. Robert M. Jopson works mostly in the field of Phase conjugation, limiting it down to topics relating to Four-wave mixing and, in certain cases, Polarization-division multiplexing, Amplitude modulation and Line.
In his study, Amplifier is inextricably linked to Quadrature amplitude modulation, which falls within the broad field of Phase modulation. His studies deal with areas such as Dispersion-shifted fiber and Multi-mode optical fiber as well as Wavelength-division multiplexing. His work carried out in the field of Dispersion-shifted fiber brings together such families of science as Fiber optic splitter, Polarization-maintaining optical fiber and Graded-index fiber.
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Herwig Kogelnik;Robert M. Jopson;Lynn E. Nelson.
Optical Fiber Telecommunications IV-B (Fourth Edition) (2002)
Modeling of gain in erbium-doped fiber amplifiers
A.A.M. Saleh;R.M. Jopson;J.D. Evankow;J. Aspell.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1990)
Measurement of second-order polarization-mode dispersion vectors in optical fibers
R.M. Jopson;L.E. Nelson;H. Kogelnik.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1999)
Polarisation-independent phase conjugation of lightwave signals
R.M. Jopson;R.E. Tench.
Electronics Letters (1993)
1.5 mu m multiquantum-well semiconductor optical amplifier with tensile and compressively strained wells for polarization-independent gain
M.A. Newkirk;B.I. Miller;U. Koren;M.G. Young.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1993)
Probability densities of second-order polarization mode dispersion including polarization dependent chromatic fiber dispersion
G.J. Foschini;L.E. Nelson;R.M. Jopson;H. Kogelnik.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2000)
1-Tb/s transmission experiment
A.R. Chraplyvy;A.H. Gnauck;R.W. Tkach;J.L. Zyskind.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1996)
All-optical regeneration in one- and two-pump parametric amplifiers using highly nonlinear optical fiber
S. Radic;C.J. McKinstrie;R.M. Jopson;J.C. Centanni.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (2003)
One Terabit/s Transmission Experiment
A. H. Gnauck;A. R. Chraplyvy;R. W. Thach;J. L. Zyskind.
optical fiber communication conference (1996)
Stimulated Brillouin threshold dependence on fiber type and uniformity
X.P. Mao;R.W. Tkach;A.R. Chraplyvy;R.M. Jopson.
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters (1992)
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