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Title: A Silicon Co-Integrated Light Source Module
Authors: Xing Dai;Chaoyang Ge;Mengke Li;ZhaoSong Li;Zhibo Li;Xuliang Zhou;Weixi Chen;Guangzhao Ran;Hongyan Yu;Jiaoqing Pan
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A room temperature silicon co-integrated light source module was realized by using a selective area metal bonding method, which is able to evanescently couple the light from InGaAsP multi-quantum well laser diodes into silicon waveguide. The module consists of a four-wavelength InGaAsP-Si hybrid laser array and a 4 &x00D7; 1 silicon multimode interference (MMI) optical coupler on silicon-on-insulator platform. Its output wavelength can be accurately tuned around 1550 nm through controlling the width of the slotted silicon waveguides. The MMI specifically engineered for C-band can be patterned and formed just by photolithography and inductively coupled plasma. The ease in fabrication makes this type of devices a promising candidate for wavelength division multiplex in future optical communication system.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/203420
volume: 29
issue: 12
More Information: 987,
990
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Title: A Silicon Co-Integrated Light Source Module
Authors: Xing Dai;Chaoyang Ge;Mengke Li;ZhaoSong Li;Zhibo Li;Xuliang Zhou;Weixi Chen;Guangzhao Ran;Hongyan Yu;Jiaoqing Pan
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A room temperature silicon co-integrated light source module was realized by using a selective area metal bonding method, which is able to evanescently couple the light from InGaAsP multi-quantum well laser diodes into silicon waveguide. The module consists of a four-wavelength InGaAsP-Si hybrid laser array and a 4 &x00D7; 1 silicon multimode interference (MMI) optical coupler on silicon-on-insulator platform. Its output wavelength can be accurately tuned around 1550 nm through controlling the width of the slotted silicon waveguides. The MMI specifically engineered for C-band can be patterned and formed just by photolithography and inductively coupled plasma. The ease in fabrication makes this type of devices a promising candidate for wavelength division multiplex in future optical communication system.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/203420
volume: 29
issue: 12
More Information: 987,
990
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7918504.pdf1.25 MBAdobe PDF
Title: A Silicon Co-Integrated Light Source Module
Authors: Xing Dai;Chaoyang Ge;Mengke Li;ZhaoSong Li;Zhibo Li;Xuliang Zhou;Weixi Chen;Guangzhao Ran;Hongyan Yu;Jiaoqing Pan
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: A room temperature silicon co-integrated light source module was realized by using a selective area metal bonding method, which is able to evanescently couple the light from InGaAsP multi-quantum well laser diodes into silicon waveguide. The module consists of a four-wavelength InGaAsP-Si hybrid laser array and a 4 &x00D7; 1 silicon multimode interference (MMI) optical coupler on silicon-on-insulator platform. Its output wavelength can be accurately tuned around 1550 nm through controlling the width of the slotted silicon waveguides. The MMI specifically engineered for C-band can be patterned and formed just by photolithography and inductively coupled plasma. The ease in fabrication makes this type of devices a promising candidate for wavelength division multiplex in future optical communication system.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/203420
volume: 29
issue: 12
More Information: 987,
990
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7918504.pdf1.25 MBAdobe PDF