coherent reference

coherent reference

[kō′hir·ənt ′ref·rəns]
(electronics)
A reference signal, usually of stable frequency, to which other signals are phase-locked to establish coherence throughout a system.
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These are alienated youth with no coherent reference for civilization.
ClariPhy is shipping a 200G coherent reference design based on the CL20010 and best-in-class optical components from its ecosystem partners.
NASDAQ: OCLR), a tier-one provider of optical communications and laser solutions, today announced the availability of a 40 Gbps coherent reference design that includes a broad portfolio of commercially available high-volume coherent components.
The availability of a coherent reference design is another milestone in driving the successful proliferation of coherent technology into the core optical network," said Yves Le Maitre, Chief Commercial Officer of Oclaro.
The new 40G coherent reference design is available today from both Oclaro and ClariPhy.
This growth is exposing two key weaknesses: 1) inadequate semantics for how to link disparate information together that recognizes inherently different contexts and viewpoints; and 2) a lack of coherent reference concepts by which to aggregate and organize this linkable content.
But metafiction can be usefully defined in terms of fundamental mechanisms that thwart the reader's application of world knowledge, preventing the construction of a coherent reference world.
Denied authority, the authorial audience cannot employ text-external knowledge to sort out the confusion of the provisional fictional world or to build a coherent reference world.
However problematic for the development of coherent reference worlds, we cannot ignore this kind of fictional-world (non)structure.
The demonstration will be accessible by invitation only and will include a complete 40G coherent reference design based on Oclaro's leading coherent optical component portfolio.

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