Abstract

The indium phosphide based photonic integrated circuits have been for long one of the main technologies for the fiber-based communications infrastructure. In this paper, we report several results showing how high-power indium phosphide components can be effectively exploited to build an optical transmitter for high capacity and long-range free space optical communication links.

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