A Wilson basis is an ingenious modification of a Gabor frame, with basis functions that have a notionally compact support in phase space. We shall give a short description of an algorithm for the construction of a Wilson basis. Through spatial scaling of the Wilson basis relative to a higher-order LP-mode, the basis may appear to vary from effectively local to effectively global. For mode-matching purposes local is advantageous. However, the field expansion requires fewer coefficients in the more global basis.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 61st International Cable Connectivity Symposium (IWCS), November 11-14, 2012, Providence, RI, USA|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
Floris, S. J., Hon, de, B. P., & Bolhaar, T. (2012). Intrinsic attenuation in multi-mode fiber interconnects. In Proceedings of the 61st International Cable Connectivity Symposium (IWCS), November 11-14, 2012, Providence, RI, USA (pp. 829-832). IWCS.