3 March 2006 Highly integrated photonic modules
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From its foundation Inplane Photonics focused on developing integrated solutions based on Planar Lightwave Circuit(PLC) technology. It is universally agreed that the path to lower cost-per-function in Photonics, as in Electronics, leads to integration. The timing of introduction of a new technological solution and the rate at which it will penetrate the market very much depends on the interplay between the size of the market, advantages the new technology offers, and the investment needed to achieve the level of performance that is envisioned. In telecom applications, where the main drivers for technology selection are cost and performance, such large-scale investment did not materialized yet for the PLC technology mostly due to a limited market size.
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J. Shmulovich, J. Shmulovich, S. Frolov, S. Frolov, A. Paunescu, A. Paunescu, D. C. Lee, D. C. Lee, Y. DeHazan, Y. DeHazan, A. Hanjani, A. Hanjani, A. Bruce, A. Bruce, } "Highly integrated photonic modules", Proc. SPIE 6124, Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits VIII, 612414 (3 March 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.650391; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.650391


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