1 December 2011 Quasi-single-sideband radio over fiber transmission with a polymer-based waveguide microring resonator
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Integrated waveguide microwave photonic filters (MPFs) have the potential to bring down volume, weight, and power consumption of signal processing equipment besides the common advantages of discrete-component-based MPFs. A polysiloxane-liquid polymer-based optical wave-guide microring resonator was designed and fabricated by a simple ultraviolet-based soft-imprint technology, with which the quasi-single-sideband filtering for the 10 to 22 GHz microwave signal was realized and 20 Mbps quadrature phase shift keying signal carried by 14.35 GHz microwave transmission over a 25 km single mode fiber was demonstrated.
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Jianing Zhang, Meng Wang, Mingshan Zhao, Linghua Wang, Jie Teng, Xigao Jian, Geert Morthier, Xuiyou Han, Yiying Gu, Jinyan Wang, "Quasi-single-sideband radio over fiber transmission with a polymer-based waveguide microring resonator," Optical Engineering 50(12), 124601 (1 December 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3657818 . Submission:
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