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Advances in hybrid integrated microwave photonic systems for millimeter- and Terahertz wave generation

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Abstract

The compactness and precise waveguide length control of integrated photonics are fueling the integrated microwave photonic approach, integrating key RF functions on a chip. We describe current efforts using hybrid integration to optimize the performance of different photonic components avoiding the compromises on a monolithic approach.

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