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It is clear from Equation (10) that the RFSSR is equal to 34.3 dB for both [DELTA][phi] = 45[degrees] and [DELTA][phi] = 135[degrees].
However, the power of 60 GHz MMW signal is higher than that of the 120 GHz MMW signal, and the RFSSR is 34 dB, as shown in Figure 2(b).
In this case, the OSSR and RFSSR are 42 dB and 34 dB, respectively, and they are approximately identical to the values in Figure 2.
The power of the 60 GHz MMW signal is clearly higher than the power of other spurious RF components, and RFSSR is as high as 33.4 dB, as shown in Figure 4(b).
Compared with the case of [DELTA][phi] = 45[degrees], the undesired optical sidebands are further suppressed, the OSSR is as much as 32 dB and the RFSSR is 33.5 dB.
Nonetheless, the power of the 60 GHz mm-wave signal is higher than that of the 120 GHz mm-wave signal, and its RFSSR is 36dB, as shown in Fig.
The power of the 60 GHz mm-wave signal is evidently higher than that of other spurious RF components, and its RFSSR is higher than 35 dB, as shown in Fig.
Effect of Nonideal RF-driven Voltage and Phase Difference on OSSR and RFSSR for B-T-B
Compared with OSSR, RFSSR is not influenced by a phase shift deviation with a value of approximately 35.8dB.
The impact of the non-ideal drive voltage of RF-driven signal on OSSR and RFSSR is shown in Fig.
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