January 01, 2008

1550nm AlGaInAs DFB laser with over 20 GHz electro-optical bandwidth and below −150 dB/Hz RIN and receptor for Ku band analog microwave links

  • Achouche M.
  • Ai B.
  • Ali A.
  • Burie J-R
  • Decobert J.
  • Enard A.
  • Fabre S.
  • Gentner J.
  • Glastre G.
  • Guan H.
  • Jafari A.
  • Laruelle F.
  • Michalopoulos D.
  • Parillaud O.
  • Starck C.
  • Tesema F.
  • Thorette A.
  • Tilli J.
  • Van Dijk F.
  • Zhong Z.

1550 nm AlGaInAs DFB lasers and PIN receptors were developed for analog transmission up to 20 GHz. Over 20 GHz bandwidth are measured for both laser and detector. Highly linear characteristics and low RIN < -150 dB/Hz have been obtained for lasers.

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