Abstract

A 240-GHz optical millimeter-wave signal with very narrow linewidth (<10Hz) is generated using an active mode-locked laser diode integrated with a high-mesa electroabsorption modulator. Fiber-radio transmission of 3-Gbit/s data at 240 GHz is also demonstrated.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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