Abstract

An integrated indium phosphide transmitter is demonstrated for pulse position modulation (PPM) free space optical communication. The transmitter demonstrates an 8-nm wavelength tuning range and a 28-dB extinction ratio for 16-ary PPM.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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