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622 Mb/s/channel parallel digital optical receiver array module using hybrid packaging

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Given the high data rates (>500 Mb/s) achievable in optical links using current device technologies, low cost packaging of transmitters and receivers plays a key role in rendering them viable for short-haul data communication networks. The authors report a 12 channel, fully digital, hybrid receiver module for a synchronous parallel optical datalink operating at 622 Mb/s/channel. The use of a multichip module (MCM) and the passive alignment of the MT-connectorized multimode ribbon fiber to the photodetector array resulted in a simple low cost packaging solution

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Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology, Part B: Advanced Packaging, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 3 )