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  • Vol. 29, Iss. 8 — Apr. 15, 2011
  • pp: 1105–1111

Multiband 60-GHz Wireless Over Fiber Access System With High Dispersion Tolerance Using Frequency Tripling Technique

Yu-Ting Hsueh, Zhensheng Jia, Hung-Chang Chien, Arshad Chowdhury, Jianjun Yu, and Gee-Kung Chang

Journal of Lightwave Technology, Vol. 29, Issue 8, pp. 1105-1111 (2011)


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Abstract

A new optical millimeter-wave generation scheme to triple the beating frequency based on subcarrier multiplexing in combination with single sideband technique is proposed, capable of high tolerance of fiber chromatic dispersion. The proposed scheme can be applied to two types of multiband 60-GHz wireless over fiber access systems: one with widely separated bands including millimeter-wave, microwave and baseband and the other one with multiple 60-GHz sub-bands. Experimental verification of the proposed system with widely separated bands is presented with the generation and error-free transmission of 2.1-Gb/s data on the 63-GHz mm-wave and 21-GHz microwave carriers over 50-km single-mode fiber (SMF-28) without dispersion compensation. The power penalties caused by 50-km fiber transmission for both signals are both less than 1.0 dB at BER of $10^{-9}$ Meanwhile, simultaneous generation and transmission of multiple services at 60-GHz sub-bands are also introduced. The experimental results demonstrate the successful delivery of the 1-Gbps data carried by 60-GHz millimeter-wave both over 50-km SMF-28 and wireless distance of 6-m without any dispersion compensation. The optical receiver sensitivity of the transmission with two sub-bands degrades by 2 dB compared with the single band 60-GHz signal, and the power penalty from 50-km SMF-28 transmission is 0.8 dB at BER of $10^{- 9}$. From the theoretical analysis and experimental demonstrations of the two multiband systems, it is concluded that the proposed millimeter-wave generation scheme indeed increase the transmission distance for the system with 60-GHz signal, which normally having SMF transmission distance of few tens of kilometers, by utilizing optical and electrical components with low-bandwidth requirements.

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Yu-Ting Hsueh, Zhensheng Jia, Hung-Chang Chien, Arshad Chowdhury, Jianjun Yu, and Gee-Kung Chang, "Multiband 60-GHz Wireless Over Fiber Access System With High Dispersion Tolerance Using Frequency Tripling Technique," J. Lightwave Technol. 29, 1105-1111 (2011)
http://www.opticsinfobase.org/jlt/abstract.cfm?URI=jlt-29-8-1105

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