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Reconfigurablele optical interconnects enable flexible and high-performance communication in multi-chip architectures to be arbitrarily adapted, leading to efficient parallel signal processing. The use of Opto-VLSI processors as beam steerers and multicasters for reconfigurable inter-chip optical interconnection is discussed. We demonstrate, as(More)
Space-time-coded, free-space-based card-to-card optical interconnects for data centers and high-performance computing are proposed and experimentally demonstrated in this paper. Free-space propagation, which enables flexible and reconfigurable interconnections, is used in conjunction with 2 χ 2 extended Alamouti space-time coding, which reduces the(More)
We propose an optical wireless communication network architecture employing an all-optical central communication unit and optical transceiver units. The network can easily be installed when communication network facilities are partially damaged by a disaster. The network performance is simulated at 1Gbit/s, over 1km under different weather conditions.
In this paper, we propose and experimentally demonstrate reconfigurable card-to-card optical wireless interconnects architecture with 16-Carrierless-Amplitude/Phase modulation. Results show that 3×40 Gb/s interconnection is achieved with 2 mW transmission power.
In this paper we propose and experimentally demonstrate a tunable laser structure cascading a semiconductor optical amplifier (SOA) that generates broadband amplified spontaneous emission and a reflective Opto-VLSI processor that dynamically reflects arbitrarily wavelengths and injects them back into the SOA, thus synthesizing an output signal of variable(More)
A 1300nm electronically-tunable laser structure employing an Opto-VLSI processor and a semiconductor optical amplifier is demonstrated. Wavelength tuning is realized by reconfiguring the holographic diffraction grating of an Opto- VLSI processor, allowing specific wavelengths to lase through the semiconductor optical amplifier. A tuning range of 5.7 nm is(More)
In this paper, we investigate the impact of the most common catastrophic and parametric faults in photonic systems. We demonstrate, using the example of a photonic correlator, the effectiveness of testing techniques for fault detection in photonic systems. To the best of our knowledge, this constitutes the first attempt to define a fault model and to(More)