27 February 2015 Recent progress in InP/polymer-based devices for telecom and data center applications
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Recent progress on polymer-based photonic devices and hybrid photonic integration technology using InP-based active components is presented. High performance thermo-optic components, including compact polymer variable optical attenuators and switches are powerful tools to regulate and control the light flow in the optical backbone. Polymer arrayed waveguide gratings integrated with InP laser and detector arrays function as low-cost optical line terminals (OLTs) in the WDM-PON network. External cavity tunable lasers combined with C/L band thinfilm filter, on-chip U-groove and 45° mirrors construct a compact, bi-directional and color-less optical network unit (ONU). A tunable laser integrated with VOAs, TFEs and two 90° hybrids builds the optical front-end of a colorless, dual-polarization coherent receiver. Multicore polymer waveguides and multi-step 45°mirrors are demonstrated as bridging devices between the spatialdivision- multiplexing transmission technology using multi-core fibers and the conventional PLCbased photonic platforms, appealing to the fast development of dense 3D photonic integration.
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Moritz Kleinert, Moritz Kleinert, Ziyang Zhang, Ziyang Zhang, David de Felipe, David de Felipe, Crispin Zawadzki, Crispin Zawadzki, Alejandro Maese Novo, Alejandro Maese Novo, Walter Brinker, Walter Brinker, Martin Möhrle, Martin Möhrle, Norbert Keil, Norbert Keil, } "Recent progress in InP/polymer-based devices for telecom and data center applications", Proc. SPIE 9365, Integrated Optics: Devices, Materials, and Technologies XIX, 93650R (27 February 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2077209; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2077209
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