Radio-frequency transparent demodulation for broadband hybrid wireless-optical links

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A novel demodulation technique which is transparent to radio-frequency (RF) carrier frequency is presented and experimentally demonstrated for multigigabit wireless signals. The presented demodulation technique employs optical single-sideband filtering, coherent detection, and baseband digital signal processing. Multigigabit wireless signal demodulation of 1.25-Gbaud quadrature phase-shift-keying modulated data at 40- and 35-GHz RF carrier frequency is experimentally demonstrated using the proposed demodulation scheme.
Original languageEnglish
JournalI E E E Photonics Technology Letters
Publication date2010
Volume22
Issue11
Pages784-786
ISSN1041-1135
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StatePublished

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  • coherent communication, modulation, demodulation, digital receivers, optical transmitters, optical receivers, frequency modulation, radio frequency, phase shift keying, digital signal processing, microwave photonics, optical signal processing
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