InP photonic integrated circuits on silicon

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Abstract

IMOS (InP membrane on silicon) is a platform-based approach to create indium phosphide (InP) nanophotonic integrated circuits. It uses monolithic integration of all photonic functions in the InP layers to leverage the most efficient optoelectronic processes and to remove optical interfaces between separately grown wafers. Using an optoelectronic material for the photonic components provides a powerful route to nanoscale miniaturization and circuit-level performance enhancements. In this chapter, we review the progress in the passive and active InP building blocks and highlight routes to miniaturization and performance scaling. We address the interfaces between building blocks, which are critical to a powerful platform approach. The platform approach enables customization by designers to create new components and circuits. The process design kit methodology is applied to provide a route to circuit design abstraction.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSilicon Photonics
EditorsSebastian Lourdudoss, Ray T. Chen, Chennupati Jagadish
PublisherElsevier
Chapter7
Pages189-219
Number of pages23
ISBN (Electronic)9780128155196
ISBN (Print)9780128150993
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 Sep 2018

Publication series

NameSemiconductors and Semimetals
PublisherElsevier
Volume99
ISSN (Print)0080-8784

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Indium phosphide
indium phosphides
Silicon
Photonics
integrated circuits
Integrated circuits
photonics
platforms
routes
miniaturization
silicon
Optoelectronic devices
Networks (circuits)
Nanophotonics
kits
Process design
wafers
methodology
membranes
Membranes

Keywords

  • Active–passive integration
  • Coupling
  • Demultiplexer
  • Laser
  • Membrane
  • Modulator
  • Photodetector
  • Photonic integration
  • Polarization
  • Waveguide

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van der Tol, J. J. G. M., Jiao, Y., & Williams, K. A. (2018). InP photonic integrated circuits on silicon. In S. Lourdudoss, R. T. Chen, & C. Jagadish (Eds.), Silicon Photonics (pp. 189-219). (Semiconductors and Semimetals; Vol. 99). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.semsem.2018.08.005
van der Tol, Jos J.G.M. ; Jiao, Yuqing ; Williams, Kevin A. / InP photonic integrated circuits on silicon. Silicon Photonics . editor / Sebastian Lourdudoss ; Ray T. Chen ; Chennupati Jagadish. Elsevier, 2018. pp. 189-219 (Semiconductors and Semimetals).
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van der Tol, JJGM, Jiao, Y & Williams, KA 2018, InP photonic integrated circuits on silicon. in S Lourdudoss, RT Chen & C Jagadish (eds), Silicon Photonics . Semiconductors and Semimetals, vol. 99, Elsevier, pp. 189-219. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.semsem.2018.08.005

InP photonic integrated circuits on silicon. / van der Tol, Jos J.G.M.; Jiao, Yuqing; Williams, Kevin A.

Silicon Photonics . ed. / Sebastian Lourdudoss; Ray T. Chen; Chennupati Jagadish. Elsevier, 2018. p. 189-219 (Semiconductors and Semimetals; Vol. 99).

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van der Tol JJGM, Jiao Y, Williams KA. InP photonic integrated circuits on silicon. In Lourdudoss S, Chen RT, Jagadish C, editors, Silicon Photonics . Elsevier. 2018. p. 189-219. (Semiconductors and Semimetals). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.semsem.2018.08.005