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Title: Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Enabled Large Bandwidth Density On-Chip Optical Interconnect
Authors: Po-Kuan Shen;Amir Hosseini;Xiaochuan Xu;Yongqiang Hei;Zeyu Pan;Ray T. Chen
subject: Optical waveguides|optical interconnections|silicon photonics
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We propose to apply the multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) from wireless communication to high density on-chip optical interconnect. MIMO makes it possible to reduce the waveguide pitch to subwavelength range and uses the crosstalk to improve system performance. The proposed N×N on-chip MIMO system consists of transmitter, high-density waveguides, homodyne coherent receivers, and electrical signal processing components. As an example, a 10×10 MIMO system with waveguide spacing of 250 nm is simulated. The possibility of data transmission at 10 Gb/s/channel from high-density waveguide array is numerically investigated. The minimum input optical power for the BER of 10-12 can reach -18.1 dBm. The BER is better than 10-12 when there is a phase shift of 73.5°. Compared to the conventional parallel waveguides with 2-μm pitch, the bandwidth density can be enhanced from 5 to 13.33 Gbit/μm/s at 10 Gb/s by using the MIMO techniques.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/147834
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/606974
ISSN: 0733-8724
1558-2213
volume: 34
issue: 12
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Title: Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Enabled Large Bandwidth Density On-Chip Optical Interconnect
Authors: Po-Kuan Shen;Amir Hosseini;Xiaochuan Xu;Yongqiang Hei;Zeyu Pan;Ray T. Chen
subject: Optical waveguides|optical interconnections|silicon photonics
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We propose to apply the multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) from wireless communication to high density on-chip optical interconnect. MIMO makes it possible to reduce the waveguide pitch to subwavelength range and uses the crosstalk to improve system performance. The proposed N×N on-chip MIMO system consists of transmitter, high-density waveguides, homodyne coherent receivers, and electrical signal processing components. As an example, a 10×10 MIMO system with waveguide spacing of 250 nm is simulated. The possibility of data transmission at 10 Gb/s/channel from high-density waveguide array is numerically investigated. The minimum input optical power for the BER of 10-12 can reach -18.1 dBm. The BER is better than 10-12 when there is a phase shift of 73.5°. Compared to the conventional parallel waveguides with 2-μm pitch, the bandwidth density can be enhanced from 5 to 13.33 Gbit/μm/s at 10 Gb/s by using the MIMO techniques.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/147834
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/606974
ISSN: 0733-8724
1558-2213
volume: 34
issue: 12
Appears in Collections:2016

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Title: Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Enabled Large Bandwidth Density On-Chip Optical Interconnect
Authors: Po-Kuan Shen;Amir Hosseini;Xiaochuan Xu;Yongqiang Hei;Zeyu Pan;Ray T. Chen
subject: Optical waveguides|optical interconnections|silicon photonics
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: We propose to apply the multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) from wireless communication to high density on-chip optical interconnect. MIMO makes it possible to reduce the waveguide pitch to subwavelength range and uses the crosstalk to improve system performance. The proposed N×N on-chip MIMO system consists of transmitter, high-density waveguides, homodyne coherent receivers, and electrical signal processing components. As an example, a 10×10 MIMO system with waveguide spacing of 250 nm is simulated. The possibility of data transmission at 10 Gb/s/channel from high-density waveguide array is numerically investigated. The minimum input optical power for the BER of 10-12 can reach -18.1 dBm. The BER is better than 10-12 when there is a phase shift of 73.5°. Compared to the conventional parallel waveguides with 2-μm pitch, the bandwidth density can be enhanced from 5 to 13.33 Gbit/μm/s at 10 Gb/s by using the MIMO techniques.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/147834
http://localhost/handle/Hannan/606974
ISSN: 0733-8724
1558-2213
volume: 34
issue: 12
Appears in Collections:2016

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