Summary: Recent small cube satellites use higher frequency bands such as Ku-band for higher throughput communications. This requires high-frequency link in an earth radio station as well. As one of the solutions, we propose usage of bidirectional radio-on-fiber link employing a wavelength multiplexing scheme. It was numerically shown that the response linearity of the electro-absorption modulator integrated laser (EML) is sufficient and that the spurious emissions are lower enough or can be reduced by the radio-frequency filters. From the frequency response and the single-sideband phase noise measurements, the EML was proved to be used in a radio-on-fiber system of the cube satellite earth station.