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We demonstrate a low power optical interconnect transmitter which employs a 990nm VCSEL with high efficiency and low threshold current, and a 130nm CMOS driver. The power dissipated by the transmitter is 15.1 mW at 10 Gbps.
Receiver based on Ge waveguide PD hybrid-integrated with CMOS amplifier shows an unprecedented data rate of 20Gbps, −7.1dBm sensitivity, and 7pJ/bit power efficiency. Further improvement is obtained with avalanche gain and feed-forward equalization.
A CMOS driver and broadband silicon photonic switch are co-designed and wire-bond packaged. The integrated switch demonstrates less than 2.1-ns transition times, better than 15-dB extinction, and 5.9-mW total power consumption.
The lateral field existing In the ON state of a liquid crystal display (LCD) can result in an undesired reverse tilt domain in each pixel, thereby leading to poor contrast ratio of the display. As pixel size becomes smaller to meet the requirements of a high-lnformatlon-content display, the problem becomes worse. In this paper, we present experimental… (More)
A waveguide-integrated metal-semiconductor-metal photodetector is integrated with an analog 90-nm CMOS receiver. Error-free 15-Gb/s operation is achieved with an efficiency of 4.7 pJ/bit and a sensitivity of -8 dBm average power.
Multimode optical transmitters and receivers are demonstrated with record low power consumptions and at data rates up to 20 Gb/s using 90-nm CMOS analog integrated circuits and GaAs-based VCSELs and photodiodes.