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, Jianing Zhang, Meng Wang, Meng Wang, Mingshan Zhao, Mingshan Zhao, Linghua Wang, Linghua Wang, Jie Teng, Jie Teng, Xigao Jian, Xigao Jian, Geert Morthier, Geert Morthier, Xuiyou Han, Xuiyou Han, Yiying Gu, Yiying Gu, Jinyan Wang, 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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