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Effect of laser decorrelation on the phase noise of RF signals generated by optical mixing of modulation sidebands

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5 Author(s)
Michel Poulin ; TeraXion, 2716 Einstein, Québec, Canada ; Christine Latrasse ; Michel Morin ; Simon Ayotte
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The generation of RF signals by mixing sidebands generated by phase modulation of an optical carrier is discussed. In particular, the effect of source decorrelation on the RF signal phase noise is analyzed. Very low noise RF signals are produced with a proper path length adjustment.

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Microwave Photonics (MWP), 2010 IEEE Topical Meeting on

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5-9 Oct. 2010