7 February 2015 Comprehensive photonics-electronics convergent simulation and its application to high-speed electronic circuit integration on a Si/Ge photonic chip
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We developed a design technique for a photonics-electronics convergence system by using an equivalent circuit of optical devices in an electrical circuit simulator. We used the transfer matrix method to calculate the response of an optical device. This method used physical parameters and dimensions of optical devices as calculation parameters to design a device in the electrical circuit simulator. It also used an intermediate frequency to express the wavelength dependence of optical devices. By using both techniques, we simulated bit error rates and eye diagrams of optical and electrical integrated circuits and calculated influences of device structure change and wavelength shift penalty.
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Kotaro Takeda, Kentaro Honda, Tsutomu Takeya, Kota Okazaki, Tatsurou Hiraki, Tai Tsuchizawa, Hidetaka Nishi, Rai Kou, Hiroshi Fukuda, Mitsuo Usui, Hideyuki Nosaka, Tsuyoshi Yamamoto, Koji Yamada, "Comprehensive photonics-electronics convergent simulation and its application to high-speed electronic circuit integration on a Si/Ge photonic chip", Proc. SPIE 9388, Optical Metro Networks and Short-Haul Systems VII, 938806 (7 February 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2076713; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2076713
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