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Novel coplanar three-wave mixer for coherent and heterodyne detection of optical signals

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1 Author(s)
Everard, J.K.A. ; Kings Coll. London

A novel three-wave mixer is described in which two optical beams are mixed with an RF signal to produce another RF signal. These devices can be used for coherent/heterodyne detection of optical signals with gigahertz frequency offsets. The device consists of a photoconductor embedded in a coplanar microwave circuit

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 14 )