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Böhm, Stefan and Schumacher, Knut and Merker, Thomas and Meissner, Peter (2004):
Multichannel PMD compensator and mitigator.
Washington, DC, Optical Society of America, In: Optical Fiber Communication Conference <2004, Los Angeles, Calif.>: Postconference digest / sponsored by IEEE/Communications Society; IEEE/Lasers and Electro-Optics Society ...- Washington, DC : Optical Society of America, 2004.- (Trends in optics and pho, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Schumacher, Knut and Böhm, Stefan and Merker, Thomas and Meissner, Peter (2004):
Optical and electrical approaches for reduction of polarization mode dispersion limitations.
Bellingham, Wash., SPIE, In: Performance, quality of service, and control of next-generation communication networks II : 26 - 27 October 2004, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA ; [ITCom's Conference on Performance, Quality of Service, and Control of Next-Generation Communication Networ, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Merker, Thomas (2003):
Polarisationsmodendispersion in hochratigen faseroptischen Übertragungssystemen : Modellierung, Auswirkung und Kompensation.
Aachen, Shaker, TU Darmstadt, ISBN 3-8322-1373-2,
[Ph.D. Thesis]

Merker, Thomas and Schwarzbeck, A. and Meissner, P. (2001):
Analytical calculation for PMD compensation up to second order.
Piscataway, NJ, IEEE, In: ECOC: European Conference on Optical Communication <27, 2001, Amsterdam>: Proceedings. - Piscataway, NJ: IEEE, 2001, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Merker, Thomas and Schwarzbeck, A. and Meissner, P. (2001):
Analytische Betrachtung zur Kompensation von Polarisationsmodendispersion höherer Ordnung.
In: Informationstechnische Gesellschaft: ITG Fachtagung des Fachausschusses 9.1: Meßverfahren der Informationstechnik: MMONT 2001, Günzburg; Tagungsbd., [Conference or Workshop Item]

Merker, Thomas and Schwarzbeck, A. and Meissner, P. (2001):
PMD compensation up to second order by tracking the principle states of polarization using a two-section compensator.
In: Optics communication, pp. 41-47, 198, [Article]

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