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7 March 2016 Silicon-photonics-based optical transceivers for high-speed interconnect applications
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In this paper we discuss design and characterization of silicon-photonics-based 100 Gbps (4×26 Gbps) transceivers for parallel single mode fiber communication. We also address some key underlying technologies including silicon photonics wafer processing, photonic device libraries, light source integration and packaging technologies.
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P. De Dobbelaere, G. Armijo, J. Balardeta, B. Chase, Y. Chi, A. Dahl, Y. De Koninck, S. Denton, M. Eker, S. Fathpour, D. Foltz, F. Gholami, S. Gloeckner, K. Y. Hon, S. Hovey, S. Jackson, W. Li, Y. Liang, M. Mack, G. Masini, G. McGee, A. Mekis, S. Pang, M. Peterson, T. Pinguet, L. Planchon, K. Roberson, S. Sahni, J. Schramm, M. Sharp, C. Sohn, K. Stechschulte, P. Sun, G. Vastola, S. Wang, B. Weber, G. Wong, K. Yokoyama, S. Yu, and R. Zhou "Silicon-photonics-based optical transceivers for high-speed interconnect applications", Proc. SPIE 9775, Next-Generation Optical Networks for Data Centers and Short-Reach Links III, 977503 (7 March 2016);

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