We propose a chip-scale silicon photonics transceiver using multimode optical wiring to realize low-cost and high-productivity
optical interconnection usable for several short-reach applications. We also present hybrid-integrated low-power-
consumption chip-scale optical transmitters/receivers called “optical I/O cores.” The optical I/O cores provide
clear eye opening in a wide range of temperature operation without clock data recovery. We show the design of one such
optical I/O core and evaluate its performance for a wide range of temperatures. Finally, we introduce an example of LSI
system based on the optical I/O approach.
K. Kurata, K. Yashiki, Y. Ibusuki, J. Fujikata, M. Kurihara, Y. Hagihara, I. Ogura, and T. Nakamura, "Chip-scale Si-photonics optical transceiver for a photonics-electronics convergence system," Proc. SPIE 10131, Next-Generation Optical Networks for Data Centers and Short-Reach Links IV, 1013107 (Presented at SPIE OPTO: January 31, 2017; Published: 28 January 2017); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2254017.
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