10 June 2004 Progress toward the development of manufacturable integrated optical data buses
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The drive to faster data transmission speeds, more integration, smaller form factors and higher signal integrity all favor the eventual adoption of optical transmission schemes in data buses. This contribution will discuss emerging technologies from Shipley Company, LLC to address the needs of optoelectronic signal transmission. In particular, the discussion will focus on materials and processes that are in development to function within existing printed circuit board (PCB) & microelectronic manufacturing schemes. One topic that is described in detail involves photo-patternable, polymer interconnect technologies. Another topic describes progress in Shipley’s ability to integrate these interconnects into prototypical PCB processes. Progress in connecting the planar waveguides to connectorization schemes will be also be described. Other topics include lithographic and patterning metrics, optical characteristics of interconnects, morphological features of patterned waveguides, integration and coupling considerations, thermal and mechanical properties of the system and general assembly processes..
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Nick Pugliano, Nick Pugliano, Nancy Chiarroto, Nancy Chiarroto, John Fisher, John Fisher, Noel Heiks, Noel Heiks, Tuan Ho, Tuan Ho, Garo Khanarian, Garo Khanarian, Matthew Moynihan, Matthew Moynihan, Nathan Pawlowski, Nathan Pawlowski, Jim Shelnut, Jim Shelnut, David Sherrer, David Sherrer, Bruno Sicard, Bruno Sicard, Hai-Bin Zheng, Hai-Bin Zheng, } "Progress toward the development of manufacturable integrated optical data buses", Proc. SPIE 5358, Photonics Packaging and Integration IV, (10 June 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.526879; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.526879
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