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32 GHz microwave photonic pulse train generation using 1.6 GHz electronics and optical repetition rate multiplication

32 GHz microwave photonic pulse train generation using 1.6 GHz electronics and optical repetition rate multiplication

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A 32 GHz microwave photonic pulse train is generated from a semiconductor fibre ring laser (SFRL) by injecting 1.6 GHz gain-switched Fabry-Perot laser diode (GS-FPLD) output. To achieve a stable modelocking of SFRL at 32 GHz by efficient cross-gain modulation of a semiconductor optical amplifier, individual lasing modes of the injecting 1.6 GHz GS-FPLD output are separated by 31.3 picoseconds by passing a dispersive fibre.

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