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Ultra-narrow linewidth CW sub-THz generation using GS based OFCG and n-i-pn-i-p superlattice photomixers


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Author(s): Criado R, de Dios C, Döhler G, Preu S, Malzer S, Bauerschmidt S, Lu H, Gossard A, Acedo P
Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)
Publication year: 2012
Volume: 48
Journal issue: 22
Pages range: 1425-1426
ISSN: 0013-5194

Abstract

A report is presented on the photonic synthesis of ultra-narrow linewidth continuous-wave (CW) sub-THz signals using a gain-switching (GS) based optical frequency comb generator (OFCG), selective optical filtering and a n-i-pn-i-p superlattice photomixer. This setup provides continuous tunability with a tuning resolution in the range of 0.1Hz at 120GHz and full width at half maximum of the generated signals below the limits of the measurement setup (<10Hz). The advantages of this system make it a very good candidate for applications requiring extremely low phase noise and continuous tunability, such as high resolution spectroscopy in the sub-THz and THz range. © 2012 The Institution of Engineering and Technology.



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APA: Criado, R., de Dios, C., Döhler, G., Preu, S., Malzer, S., Bauerschmidt, S.,... Acedo, P. (2012). Ultra-narrow linewidth CW sub-THz generation using GS based OFCG and n-i-pn-i-p superlattice photomixers. Electronics Letters, 48(22), 1425-1426. https://dx.doi.org/10.1049/el.2012.3158

MLA: Criado, Ruben, et al. "Ultra-narrow linewidth CW sub-THz generation using GS based OFCG and n-i-pn-i-p superlattice photomixers." Electronics Letters 48.22 (2012): 1425-1426.

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