1 October 1995 Microwave and millimeter-wave fiber optic feeders for wireless microcells
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Analog fiber-optic links can be used as a connecting infrastructure for modern wireless communication systems. For existing wireless networks, which operate at frequencies below 3GHz, the possibility of using low-cost, commercially available optoelectronic components is very attractive. Also, the development of practical millimeter-wave optical transmitters may be critical to the deployment of future high frequency (> 20 GHz) radio distribution systems. The linearity performacne of low-cost microwave, and millimeter-wave optical trnamitters will be assessed for the wireless application.
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David M. Cutrer, John B. Georges, Kam Y. Lau, "Microwave and millimeter-wave fiber optic feeders for wireless microcells", Proc. SPIE 2560, Optical Technology for Microwave Applications VII, (1 October 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.218512; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.218512


Analog electronics

Fiber optics



Radio optics

Wireless communications


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