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A high speed optoelectronic matrix switch using heterojunction switching photodiodes

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Heterojunction switching photodiodes (InGaAs/InP) were used to construct a 3 × 3 optoelectronic matrix switch. Biconical taper type optical power splitters were used to distribute the signals to the matrix switch crosspoints. Isolation and crosstalk losses were better than 63 dB over a frequency range of 10 Hz-400 MHz and 400 Mbit/s NRZ digital signals were switched with switching times shorter than 30 ns.

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IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 8 )