Abstract

We designed a dispersion compensation True Time Delay system based on four-wave mixing to improve the system bandwidth from 8GHz to 26.5GHz. Then we proposed the dual-wave adjustment theory to take the place of manually tuning optic band pass filter to improve the practicality and performance of the system. We studied on this theory to guide the device parameters’ choice, and used it in our experiment.

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