InP photonic circuits using generic integration

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Abstract

InP integrated photonics has become a critical enabler for modern telecommunications, and is poised to revolutionize data communications, precision metrology, spectrometry, and imaging. The possibility to integrate high-performance amplifiers, lasers, modulators, and detectors in combination with interferometers within one chip is enabling game-changing performance advances, energy savings, and cost reductions. Generic integration accelerates progress through the separation of applications from a common technology development. In this paper, we review the current status in InP integrated photonics and the efforts to integrate the next generation of high-performance functionality on a common substrate using the generic methodology.
LanguageEnglish
PagesB60-B68
JournalPhotonics Research
Volume3
Issue number5
DOIs
StatePublished - 2015

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photonics
Light amplifiers
Networks (circuits)
Cost reduction
Interferometers
Spectrometry
Modulators
Telecommunication
Energy conservation
cost reduction
games
Detectors
Imaging techniques
metrology
telecommunication
modulators
Communication
Substrates
interferometers

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