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Long range millimeter wave wireless links enabled by traveling wave tubes and resonant tunnelling diodes

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This paper describes a new project to realize a high data rate point to point wireless system above 150 GHz. The upper end of the D-band spectrum is used (151 -174 GHz) for full duplex transmission. The aims it to enable a full fiber on air with more than 1 km range to provide up to 45 Gb/s data rate. The system consists in a transmitter using a directly modulated Resonant Tunnelling Diode (RTD) oscillator and powered by novel traveling wave tubes (TWT).

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