Optical transmissions with fibers already dominate our backbone and edge networks. Optical transmissions without fibers are an attractive solution to complement radio wireless technology.
Eduward Tangdiongga leads the research activities on advanced optical access and local area networks of Electro-Optical Communication System group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Eduward’s key areas of expertise include electromagnetism, optics, acoustics and telecommunication engineering. His research focuses on integration of various wired and wireless services for short-haul networks such as access and in-home / in-building networks. Specific areas of study include exploration of optical transmission techniques for short-distance networks where capital and operational expenditure per bit can be made as low as possible. Research areas include passive optical networks, digital/analog radio over fibers, multimode silica/plastic optical fibers, photonic-assisted wireless technology, and optical wireless.
Eduward Tangdiongga received his MSc and PhD degrees from the Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, in 1994 and 2001, respectively. In 1994, he joined the COBRA Research Institute, currently named Institute for Photonic Integration, working in the field of high-speed optical switches using semiconductor optical devices. From 2001, he has been participating in several European Union and Dutch research programs targeting ultra-fast optical signal processing over a long-haul link. This work was combined with his six-month sabbatical visit in 2003 to Fujitsu Labs, Japan.
Photonic home area networksJournal of Lightwave Technology (2014)
A tunable Si3N4 integrated true time delay circuit for optically-controlled K-band radio beamformer in satellite communicationJournal of Lightwave Technology (2016)
High-speed short-range transmission over POF2011 Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exposition and the National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference, OFC/NFOEC 2011 (2011)
All-optical demultiplexing of 640 to 40 Gbits/s using filtered chirp of a semiconductor optical amplifierOptics Letters (2007)
Performance evaluation of optical cross-connects by saddlepoint approximationJournal of Lightwave Technology (1998)