Mitchell, JE (2006) Simultaneous up-conversion of multiple wavelengths to 18GHz and 36GHz using 4-f technique and optical filtering. In: Proceedings of International Topical meeting on Microwave Photonics (MWP'06). (pp. ? - ?). IEEE: Piscataway, US.
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The optical generation and delivery of microwave and millimeter wave signals is of great interest in a number of areas. To lower the cost of such systems it would be advantageous to remove any duplication of high frequency components. In this paper we demonstrate a technique that allows optical carriers that are modulated with an IF radio signal to be simultaneously up-converted to either 18 GHz or 36 GHz. A single electro-optic modulator specified for 10Gbit/s operation is used to up-convert multiple wavelengths, with the dominant frequency of reception determined by thermally tuning of the source laser.
|Title:||Simultaneous up-conversion of multiple wavelengths to 18GHz and 36GHz using 4-f technique and optical filtering|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Engineering Science Faculty Office|
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