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To the best of our knowledge, a novel photonic architecture to generate vector signals at microwave/millimeter-wave bands employing an optical frequency quadrupling technique based on an external dual-parallel modulator is proposed for the first time. A 312.5 MSym/s quadruple phase-shift keying signal at 25 GHz is experimentally demonstrated using properly(More)
A record 28-Gb/s 16-QAM OFDM system within 7-GHz license-free band at 60 GHz employing all-optical up-conversion with frequency quintupling is experimentally demonstrated. Negligible penalty is observed following 100-km SMF transmission without any dispersion compensation.
In this study, we demonstrate wireless binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) and quadrature phase-shift keying (QPSK) data transmission at the W-band by use of bias modulation on photonic transmitters-mixers, which are composed of near-ballistic uni-traveling-carrier photodiodes and quasi-Yagi antennas without the integration of an Si-lens. By use of such a(More)
The generation of optical millimeter-wave with frequency 8-tupling is experimentally demonstrated. 625-Mb/sec QPSK data transmission at 105-GHz (W-band) is achieved for the first time using the millimeter-wave generation technique and direct modulation of a NBUTC-PD.
We demonstrate W-band photonic transmitters-mixers, which are composed of near-ballistic-uni-traveling-carrier-photodiodes and quasi-Yagi antennas without integrating Si-lens. By utilizing it, data-transmission at W-band can be achieved under bias modulation of 1.25-Gb/s BPSK with 5GHz IF signals.
We demonstrate a novel W-band photonic transmitter mixer, which is composed of a planar quasi-Yagi radiator for feeding a WR-10 waveguide-based horn antenna and a near-ballistic unitraveling-carrier photodiode. The module demonstrates reasonable coupling loss in terms of the millimeter-wave (MMW) power launched from the integrated radiator into the WR-10(More)
This investigation presents a novel modulation approach for generating optical vector signals using frequency multiplication based on double sideband with carrier suppression. A single-electrode Mach-Zehnder modulator is biased at null point with a driving signal consisting of a 10-GHz sinusoidal signal and a 5-GHz sinusoidal signal modulated with 1.25-Gb/s(More)
We proposed RF detect-detection vector signal generation using optical I/Q up-conversion. The Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization procedure is employed to compensate I/Q imbalance. After transmission over 100-km SMF, penalties of 5-Gb/s QPSK signals can be ignored.
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