5 April 1995 Microchannel-based optical backplane demonstrators using FET-SEED smart pixel arrays
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Abstract
We have demonstrated a representative portion of an optical backplane using FET-SEED smart pixels and free-space optics to interconnect printed circuit boards (PCBs) in a two board, unidirectional link configuration. Four X four arrays of FET-SEED transceivers were designed, fabricated, and packaged at the PCB level. The optical interconnection was constructed using diffractive micro-optics, and custom optomechanics. The system was operated in two modes, one showing high data throughput, 50 MBit/sec, and the other demonstrating large connection densities, 2222 channel/cm2.
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David V. Plant, David V. Plant, B. R. Robertson, B. R. Robertson, Harvard Scott Hinton, Harvard Scott Hinton, Guillaume C. Boisset, Guillaume C. Boisset, N. H. Kim, N. H. Kim, Yong Sheng Liu, Yong Sheng Liu, M. R. Otazo, M. R. Otazo, D. R. Rolston, D. R. Rolston, Alain Z. Shang, Alain Z. Shang, William M. Robertson, William M. Robertson, } "Microchannel-based optical backplane demonstrators using FET-SEED smart pixel arrays", Proc. SPIE 2400, Optoelectronic Interconnects III, (5 April 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.206306; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.206306
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