|Publication date||Mar 2009|
|Pages||1 - 3|
40 GHz hybrid mode locking is observed using planar antennas to form a wireless connection to the saturable absorber. Electronically controlled phase shift is measured which could enable remote antenna beam steering in future WLAN systems
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Name of Conference: IEEE Conference on Optical Fiber Communication
Venue of Conference: San Diego, CA