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In this paper, the current state of the art for large-scale InP photonic integrated circuits (PICs) is reviewed with a focus on the devices and technologies that are driving the commercial scaling of… (More)
We report here the first demonstration of a large-scale monolithically integrated InP-based 10-channel 45.6-Gb/s per channel transmitter photonic integrated circuit employing polarization-multiplexed… (More)
Here we present a review of x-ray absorption spectroscopy and x-ray Raman scattering with the perspective to understand the spectra of water including changes with temperature, mass of the water… (More)
We report the first demonstration of a large-scale InP-based transmitter photonic integrated circuit (PIC) capable of 10-channel × 40 Gb/s per wavelength polarization-multiplexed RZ-DQPSK modulation.
We introduce an architecture for low-power (<0.05 W/Gb/s) demodulation of PM-DQPSK signals at 45.6 GB/s, and demonstrate an integrated package combining custom 10-channel PLC, photodiode array, and… (More)
A 10 channel, dual polarization, monolithically integrated, coherent QPSK receiver on InP operating at 100Gbit/s per channel is demonstrated.
The current state-of-the-art for coherent large-scale InP multi-channel photonic integrated circuits (PICs) is presented. These large-scale PICs integrate >400 functions onto a single monolithic InP… (More)
In this paper we review recent developments in the area of receiver photonic integrated circuits for the implementation of polarization multiplexed (differentially coded), quadrature phase shift… (More)
In this work, a 10-wavelength, polarization-multiplexed, monolithically integrated InP coherent QPSK transmitter PIC is demonstrated to operate at 112 Gb/sec per wavelength and total chip… (More)
A 250Gb/s super-channel using Photonic Integrated Circuits (PIC) was transmitted over 6000km along with a 500Gb/s super-channel and conventional 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s channels. The linear terrestrial… (More)