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Quadrature Hybrid RF Photonic Coupler Using an Integrated Frequency Comb Source

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Abstract

An integrated CMOS-compatible multiple-wavelength optical source is exploited for photonic implementation of a quadrature hybrid RF coupler based on multi-tap transversal filtering scheme. Four octave bandwidth with almost ideal 90 phase shift has been achieved.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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