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Heterogeneous III-V on silicon nitride amplifiers and lasers via microtransfer printing
The development of ultralow-loss silicon-nitride-based waveguide platforms has enabled the realization of integrated optical filters with unprecedented performance. Such passive circuits, when
Micro‐Transfer‐Printed III‐V‐on‐Silicon C‐Band Semiconductor Optical Amplifiers
The micro‐transfer‐printing of prefabricated C‐band semiconductor optical amplifiers (SOAs) on a silicon waveguide circuit is reported. The SOAs are 1.35 mm in length and 40 µm in width. Dense arrays
Ultra-Dense III-V-on-Silicon Nitride Frequency Comb Laser
A heterogeneously integrated III-V-on-silicon nitride mode-locked laser is demonstrated. The device is fabricated by microtransfer printing an InP/InAlGaAs-based multiple-quantum-well coupon. A dense
Transfer-printing-based integration of a III-V-on-silicon distributed feedback laser.
An electrically pumped DFB laser integrated on and coupled to a silicon waveguide circuit is demonstrated by transfer printing a 40 × 970 μm2 III-V coupon, defined on aIII-V epitaxial wafer, allowing for the very efficient use of the III- V material and the massively parallel integration of these coupons on a silicon photonic integrated circuit wafer.
III-V-on-Si photonic integrated circuits realized using micro-transfer-printing
A promising technology, micro-transfer-printing (μTP), is discussed, which can be realized in a massively parallel manner on a wafer without substantial modifications to the SiPh process flow, leading to a significant cost reduction of the resulting III-V-on-Si PICs.
Low Noise Heterogeneous III‐V‐on‐Silicon‐Nitride Mode‐Locked Comb Laser
Generating optical combs in a small form factor is of utmost importance for a wide range of applications such as datacom, LIDAR, and spectroscopy. Electrically powered mode‐locked diode lasers
Widely Tunable III–V/Silicon Lasers for Spectroscopy in the Short-Wave Infrared
Integrating III–V gain material with silicon photonic integrated circuits enables the realization of advanced laser sources and full integrated systems for optical communication and sensing
III/V-on-lithium niobate amplifiers and lasers
Camiel Op de Beeck,1,† Felix M. Mayor,2,† Stijn Cuyvers,1 Stijn Poelman,1 Jason F. Herrmann,2 Okan Atalar,2 Timothy P. McKenna,2 Bahawal Haq,1 Wentao Jiang,2 Jeremy D. Witmer,2 Gunther Roelkens,1
Micro-transfer-printed III-V-on-silicon C-band distributed feedback lasers.
Micro-transfer printing-based heterogeneous integration is promising for the wafer-level integration of advanced laser sources on complex silicon photonic integrated circuit platforms without changing the foundry process flow.
IlI-V/Si PICs Based on Micro-Transfer-Printing
An alignment-tolerant interface for evanescently-coupled devices is proposed enabling III-V/Si heterogeneously integrated PICs using micro-transfer-printing.