Optical receiver

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• Demodulation of a light signal
• Display of results by
bar graph and analogue output
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Data sheet Optical receiver

Description

This receiver can:
- detect an incoming light signal (λ = 650 nm) that
is modulated (TTL signal of a frequency of
between 3 and 20 kHz),
- demodulate the received signal by converting
it to an electrical signal (TTL).
It has an analogue output so that the demodulated
signal can be observed with an oscilloscope
or datalogging tools.
Input: optical fibre: Øext = 2 mm.
Wavelength detected: 650 nm.
Frequency: between 3 and 20 kHz
Output: TTL voltage on 2 banana sockets.
Power supply: 1 x 9 V battery (supplied).
Autonomy: 15 h.

Specifications

Input: optical fibre: Øext = 2 mm.
Wavelength detected: 650 nm.
Frequency: between 3 and 20 kHz
Output: TTL voltage on 2 banana sockets.
Power supply: 1 x 9 V battery (supplied).
Autonomy: 15 h.
Practical themes Diffraction & interferences, Optical fiber & transmission of information
Transmission source Laser
Propagation medium Optical fiber
Modulation, demodulation of a signal and transmission of data by a laser beam

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