1 February 2006 Detection through a dielectric cover on an optical waveguide and the generation of 50- to 60-GHz continuous wave millimeter wave using optical technology for future optical-to-radio systems and ubiquitous communications
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Optical Engineering, 45(2), 025006 (2006). doi:10.1117/1.2172175
Abstract
A 50- to 60-GHz continuous wave (cw) millimeter wave (MMW) is generated by applying optical technology for optical-to-radio systems and ubiquitous communications. The generated MMW signals are radiated in a millimeter waveguide and detected through a dielectric cover on optical waveguide. The spectral linewidth of the MMW signals is less than 1 kHz. The power of the MMW signal obtained through alumina on an optical waveguide is larger than that detected from a strip-waveguide beyond 7 dBm at 55 GHz.
Ki-Hwan Park, "Detection through a dielectric cover on an optical waveguide and the generation of 50- to 60-GHz continuous wave millimeter wave using optical technology for future optical-to-radio systems and ubiquitous communications," Optical Engineering 45(2), 025006 (1 February 2006). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.2172175
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Extremely high frequency

Waveguides

Telecommunications

Dielectrics

Signal detection

Optical communications

Signal generators

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