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We report a directly modulated 850nm VCSEL-based optical link operating error free (BER <; 1E-12) at 64Gb/s over 57m of OM4 multimode fiber. At 60Gb/s, the error free distance increases to 107m.
A MMW setup is presented for measuring complex impedance and radiation patterns in an anechoic chamber while contacting the antenna with a coplanar probe. Measurement and simulation results of a 60… (More)
We report a directly modulated 850nm VCSEL-based Optical link operating at 55Gb/s. This is the highest modulation rate for VCSEL-based link of any wavelength.
A 120-Gb/s optical link (12 channels at 10 Gb/s/ch for both a transmitter and a receiver) has been demonstrated. The link operated at a bit-error rate of less than 10/sup -12/ with all channels… (More)
We report an 850-nm, vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL)-based optical link that achieves new benchmarks in speed and power efficiency. The laser diode driver and receiver ICs are… (More)
We report here on the design, fabrication and high-speed performance of a novel parallel optical module with sixteen 10-Gb/s transmitter and receiver channels for a 160-Gb/s bidirectional aggregate… (More)
We report here on the design, fabrication and characterization of 48-channel parallel optical transceivers demonstrating terabit/sec data transfer rate. The 0.48 Tb/s transmit plus 0.48 Tb/s receive… (More)
We report a single-chip CMOS optical transceiver incorporating sixteen 10-Gb/s transmitter and receiver channels for a 160 Gb/s aggregate bit rate. The transceiver consumes 15.6 mW/Gb/s with an area… (More)
We report a 24 TX + 24 RX transceiver underpinned by a “holey” CMOS IC. All channels operate at 20 Gb/s (BER <;10<sup>-12</sup>, 7.3 pJ/bit) achieving record aggregate bidirectional bandwidth for… (More)
A monolithically-integrated germanium receiver is fabricated in the IBM's newly established 90nm CMOS-integrated nanophotonics technology node. Technology is promising for cost-effective 10Gbps to… (More)