Optical mm-Wave Signal Generation by Frequency Quadrupling Using an Optical Modulator and a Silicon Microresonator Filter

@article{Xu2009OpticalMS,
  title={Optical mm-Wave Signal Generation by Frequency Quadrupling Using an Optical Modulator and a Silicon Microresonator Filter},
  author={Lin Xu and Chao Li and C. W. Chow and Hon Ki Tsang},
  journal={IEEE Photonics Technology Letters},
  year={2009},
  volume={21},
  pages={209-211}
}
By adjusting the direct current (DC) bias on an electrooptic modulator to suppress the first-order sideband and subsequently using a double-waveguide micro-ring resonator to filter out the optical carrier, millimeter (mm)-wave signal was generated at a frequency of four times the 10-GHz local oscillator. A monolithic integrated silicon-based optical mm-wave signal generator by frequency quadrupling is proposed. A silicon integrated microresonator filter was fabricated and its design parameters… CONTINUE READING
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