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Guided-wave planar optical interconnects using highly multiplexed polymer waveguide holograms

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6 Author(s)
Chen, R.T. ; Physical Optics Corp., Torrance, CA, USA ; Lu, Huey ; Robinson, Daniel ; Wang, M.
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An intraplanar interconnection scheme using substrate guided modes in conjunction with a highly multiplexed waveguide volume hologram is proposed. Acoustooptically addressed 1-to-50 passive and 1-to-2-to-100 reconfigurable interconnections with a fan-out diffraction efficiency of 55% at 514-nm wavelength are demonstrated. A coordinate transformation converts the 3-D diffraction problem into a 2-D one, which significantly simplifies the theoretical calculation. Intraplane massive fan-out optical interconnection using substrate guided mode provides both collinear and coplanar fan-out capability for data and clock signals. Colinearity of signal distribution allows the 2-D input signal array to be processes. The laminated waveguide device containing a highly multiplexed dichromated gelatin (DCG) hologram has been evaluated

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 7 )