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Monolithic integration of an InP/InGaAs four-channel transimpedance optical receiver array

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4 Author(s)
Lee, W.S. ; STC Technol. Ltd., Harlow, UK ; Spear, D.A.H. ; Dawe, P.J.G. ; Bland, S.W.

Fully functional four-channel transimpedance receiver array OEICs have been fabricated on 2" diameter InP substrates. Each receiver channel has a bandwidth of 200 MHz and an average input equivalent noise current of around 6 pA/ square root (Hz). The array chip is 3.7 mm*3.2 mm in size and contains 88 components. This is believed to represent the highest level of optoelectronic integration yet reported on InP.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 22 )

Date of Publication:

25 Oct. 1990

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