David Allioux

David Allioux, who holds a Ph.D. in optics from the University of Lyon, joined Cailabs in 2018. As a project and product manager, he is in charge of the development and integration of telecommunication R&D solutions. He also brings his expertise to develop and commercialize the laser communication product line.

Laser Communication

Space optical communications: why are space-to-ground links taking time to develop?

As seen in previous articles, a technological and market revolution in the space sector is reshaping the industry. Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellations are emerging as current radio...
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Local networks - LAN

Switching to an all-optical network – The best ROI when upgrading your infrastructure?

Companies needing to upgrade or replace existing telecommunications networks look for ways to improve efficiency while reducing capital expenditure and operating expenses. IT and network managers...
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Laser Communication

Satellite-to-ground laser communications: a step from experimentation to commercialization

Optics will be part of space communications in the near future, since radio frequency will not be able to follow the growing needs, as shown in a previous article: "Lighting up the future of...
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Laser Communication

Lighting up the future of satellite communications

Since the beginning of the space conquest, communication between satellites and ground is an essential concern. For example, the first artificial Earth satellite was already sending information to...
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Laser Communication - 15 February 2022

Cailabs Academy season #1: TILBA

This first series of 4 episodes focuses on light and how we can manipulate it, on spatial modes, MPLC, and overall, on how Cailabs can improve laser communication through the atmosphere.   Episode...
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3 min read
Incoherent combining, Telecom Lasers - 29 September 2020

Cooking with telecom lasers: an introduction to incoherent combining

If you are familiar with the series “The Big Bang Theory”, you may have seen the scene where Leslie Winkle heats her lunch with a laser. She heats her pasta in 2.6 seconds using a 500 kW oxygen...
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6 min read
FSOC laser communication, Increasing throughput with TILBA - 25 May 2020

How is Cailabs contributing to improving communication with satellites?

Satellite constellations enable the deployment of high-throughput communication networks in free space to complement fiber-optic networks. Like these networks, optical technologies are the only means...
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1 min read
Laser Communication - 01 April 2020

Looking for a plug-and-play solution for atmospheric turbulence mitigation?

High-definition imaging, very high-throughput satellite communication networks, white spot connectivity or discrete military links – these are all applications that cannot be achieved with today’s...
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4 min read
FSO, Laser Communication - 28 March 2019

How does atmospheric turbulence impact Laser Communication?

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