2020
DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/uvwgk
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David Moss

Abstract: We demonstrate a high-Q RF transversal filter based on a 49GHz-FSR integrated microcomb source that provides 80 taps across the C-band. By employing an on-chip micro-ring resonator, we generate a broadband Kerr comb with a large number of comb lines and use it as a high-quality multi-wavelength source. A Q factor of 73.7, an out-of-band rejection of 48.9 dB, and a wide tunable range are demonstrated. The experimental results verify the feasibility of our approach as a solution towards implementing highly recon…

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