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Integrated Photonics for Wireless and Satellite Applications

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Abstract

The concept of using Photonic Integrated Circuits for generation of tunable mm-wave signals for wireless and satellite communication application is presented. The paper outlines the requirements for frequency stabilization and power consumption of semiconductor lasers when implemented in terrestrial wireless and satellite communication applications.

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