Ismail, T and Liu, CP and Mitchell, JE and Seeds, AJ (2008) Transmission of Gb/s DPSK Millimeter-Wave Wireless Data Over Fiber Using Low-Cost Uncooled Devices With Remote 40-GHz Local Oscillator Delivery. J LIGHTWAVE TECHNOL , 26 (21-24) 3490 - 3496. 10.1109/JLT.2008.917086.
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We demonstrate the first millimeter-wave Gb/s transmission of broadband wireless signals using uncooled directly modulated lasers to give a low-cost solution. Data signals to and from the base station are distributed at intermediate frequencies for reduced chromatic dispersion together with a remote 40-GHz local oscillator signal for frequency upconversion/downconversion. Coarse-wavelength-division-multiplexing components are employed throughout the network allowing uncooled lasers and low cost filters to be used. Error-free transmission (BER < 10(-9)) has been achieved for the downlink and the uplink. The paper also provides detailed system link analysis together with simulation results.
|Title:||Transmission of Gb/s DPSK Millimeter-Wave Wireless Data Over Fiber Using Low-Cost Uncooled Devices With Remote 40-GHz Local Oscillator Delivery|
|Keywords:||Coarse-wavelength-division multiplexing, local oscillator, millimeter wave over fiber, optical communication, uncooled lasers, PHOTONIC TECHNIQUES, RING ARCHITECTURE, LINKS, PERFORMANCE, MODULATION, NETWORKS, SYSTEM, NOISE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering|
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