Abstract

We proposed and demonstrated a new scheme for simultaneous generation of independent wired and wireless signals employing an integrated polarization multiplexing modulator. In the experimental system, a 10 Gb/s wired signal is imposed on the original optical carrier with one polarization, while a wireless signal with a bit rate larger than 4 Gb/s is carried on the generated millimeter wave of 76.44 GHz, which has polarization orthogonal to the wired signal. The dual services are successfully delivered over a 15 km standard single mode fiber; the power penalties of the wired and wireless signals are around 0.4 dB and 1.5 dB, respectively.

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