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Two-wave mixing in an erbium-doped fiber amplifier for modulation depth enhancement of optically carried microwave signals

Abstract : We experimentally and theoretically analyze an original method based on two-wave mixing in an erbiumdoped fiber amplifier for optical carrier reduction of microwave signals. 75% optical carrier attenuation has been observed, and a 10 dB modulation depth increase of the microwave signal is experimentally demonstrated. Moreover, calculated results are in good agreement with measurements and predict that up to 80% carrier attenuation is easily possible.
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Stéphanie Norcia-Molin, Sylvie Tonda-Goldstein, Daniel Dolfi, Jean-Pierre Huignard, Robert Frey. Two-wave mixing in an erbium-doped fiber amplifier for modulation depth enhancement of optically carried microwave signals. Optics Letters, Optical Society of America, 2006, 31 (3), pp.299-301. ⟨hal-00867099⟩

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