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Wavelength Division Multiplexing Based Photonic Integrated Circuits on Silicon-on-Insulator Platform

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7 Author(s)
Ansheng Liu ; Photonics Technology Laboratory , Intel Labs, Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, USA ; Ling Liao ; Yoel Chetrit ; Juthika Basak
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We review recent advances in the development of silicon photonic integrated circuits for high-speed and high-capacity interconnect applications. We present detailed design, fabrication, and characterization of a silicon integrated chip based on wavelength division multiplexing. In such a chip, an array of eight high-speed silicon optical modulators is monolithically integrated with a silicon-based demultiplexer and a multiplexer. We demonstrate that each optical channel operates at 25 Gb/s. Our measurements suggest the integrated chip is capable of transmitting data at an aggregate rate of 200 Gb/s. This represents a key milestone on the way for fabricating terabit per second transceiver chips to meet the demand of future terascale computing.

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IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 1 )