Gigabit transmitter array modules on silicon waferboard

@inproceedings{Armiento1992GigabitTA,
  title={Gigabit transmitter array modules on silicon waferboard},
  author={Craig Alfred Armiento and Andrew J. Negri and Marvin J. Tabasky and Robert Addison Boudreau and Michael A. Rothman and Thomas W. Fitzgerald and Paul Osborne Haugsjaa},
  year={1992}
}
Individually addressable, four-channel transmitter arrays operating at data rates of 1 Gb/s have been developed based on a hybrid optoelectronic integration approach called silicon waferboard. A key feature of silicon waferboard is the use of mechanical alignment features fabricated on the surface of a silicon chip that enable passive optical alignment of components such as lasers and optical fibers. The transmitter array, which operates at a wavelength of 1.3 mu m, comprises a four-channel… CONTINUE READING

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