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23 January 1990 Low-Crosstalk Designs For Integrated Optical Crossbar Switches
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Integrated optical matrix switches can process optical signals whose data rate exceeds 100 Gbit/s, which might be very useful in a multi-computer environment. This paper describes a hybrid design which uses combinations of the conventional switch and a new 2-stage switch for crosstalk suppression in the integrated optical rectangular crossbar matrix switches. Using the hybrid design, we believe that low-crosstalk integrated optical crossbar switches can be fabricated with much relief to the stringent process control.
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Kwang T. Koai and Shing-Fong Su "Low-Crosstalk Designs For Integrated Optical Crossbar Switches", Proc. SPIE 1178, Optical Interconnects in the Computer Environment, (23 January 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.963385
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