29 January 2018 High-responsivity L-band micro intradyne coherent receiver using InP-based photodetector integrated with 90° hybrid
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We demonstrate a high responsivity of 64 GBaud micro intradyne coherent receivers (Micro-ICR) operating at the wavelength range from 1565 nm to 1612 nm (L-band). The package body size is 12.0 mm × 22.7 mm × 4.5 mm, which is fully compliant with OIF implementation agreement. A newly developed InP-based photonic integrated circuit (InPPIC) for the L-band High-Bandwidth Micro-ICR is composed of the high-speed p-i-n-photodiode array (f3dB > 40GHz) and a 90° hybrid waveguide consisting of MMIs which is designed to obtain high transmittance over the L-band. They are monolithically integrated through butt-joint regrowth in which a GaInAs absorption layer of the photodiode is directly connected with a GaInAsP core layer of the 90° hybrid in order to achieve the high responsivity with high optical coupling efficiency. Furthermore, the optical couplings between optical fibers and InP-PICs are realized by low optical loss micro optics. Receiver responsivities of more than 65 mA/W for signal input and local input are achieved within the L-band at 25°C. The wide 3-dB bandwidth of 40 GHz is also confirmed using high-bandwidth TIA. These values are comparable to the coherent receiver for 64 GBaud C-band applications. This receiver module is very promising for the increase of transmission capacity through expansion of operation wavelength (C-band and L-band).
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Munetaka Kurokawa, Masaru Takechi, Hideki Yagi, Kenji Sakurai, Yoshihiro Yoneda, Yasushi Fujimura, "High-responsivity L-band micro intradyne coherent receiver using InP-based photodetector integrated with 90° hybrid", Proc. SPIE 10561, Next-Generation Optical Communication: Components, Sub-Systems, and Systems VII, 1056105 (29 January 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2288196; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2288196
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