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Transmission Quality Measurement of Two Types of 60 GHz Millimeter-Wave Generation and Distribution Systems

Abstract : In this paper, we demonstrate and compare experimentally two techniques achieving very high-data-rates (> 1 Gb/s) wireless transmission in the 60 GHz window using radio over fiber (RoF) for reach extension. The first RoF link is based on a 10 GHz vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser and uses a multimode fiber. The radio signal is transported on an intermediate frequency of 4.5 GHz and electrically upconverted to 60 GHz after the optical link. The second uses an optical frequency upconversion from 4.5 to 60 GHz by direct modulation of a mode-locked Fabry-PEacuterot laser whose self-pulsating frequency is 54.8 GHz before transmission over a single-mode fiber. For both techniques, two different types of modulation were tested. The first one was an on-off keying at 1.5 Gb/s and the second one was an orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing-QPSK signal compliant to the IEEE 802.15.3.c prestandard (3.03 Gb/s). Radio propagation performance is also reported.
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Frédéric Lecoche, Eric Tanguy, Benoit Charbonnier, Hong Wu Li, Frederic van Dijk, et al.. Transmission Quality Measurement of Two Types of 60 GHz Millimeter-Wave Generation and Distribution Systems. Journal of Lightwave Technology, 2009, 27 (23), pp.5469-5474. ⟨hal-00935149⟩

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