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Optically power supplied Gbit/s wireless hotspot using 1.55 μm THz photomixer and heterodyne detection at 200 GHz

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8 Author(s)
Ducournau, G. ; Inst. d'Electron., de Microelectron. et de Nanotechnol. (IEMN), Univ. de Lille 1, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France ; Szriftgiser, P. ; Bacquet, D. ; Beck, A.
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A wireless transmission system with a remote-supplied hotspot is demonstrated working up to gigabit data rates. The emission uses a 200 GHz carrier frequency, generated using an 1.55 μm photomixer composed of an unitravelling carrier photodiode monolithically integrated with a wide bandwidth antenna. The receiver is based on a heterodyne mixing and an AM detector. Eye diagram analysis at 1.0625 Gbit/s shows a BER <; 10-9 for a 2.6 m free space transmission distance and a 0.32 mA current in the photomixer.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 19 )

Date of Publication:

Sept. 16 2010

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