Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate the first on-chip broadly-tunable noise radar transceiver, using silicon photonic technology. By exploiting an innovative and simple lasers’ noise referencing architecture, the device shows reconfigurable operation in the range 0.5-35GHz, with antennas-remoting capability.

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