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Photonic crystal resonators for inverse-designed multi-dimensional optical interconnects

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Author(s)

Jizhao Zang, C. SHIRPURKAR, K.Y. YANG, David Carlson, Su-peng Yu, Erwan Lucas, S.V. PERICHERLA, J. Yang, M. GUIDRY, D. LUKIN, L. TRASK, F. AFLATOUNI, J. VUˇC KOVI´C, Scott Papp, P.J. DELFYETT

Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate a 40-channel 400 Gbps optical communication link utilizing wavelength division multiplexing and mode-division multiplexing. This link utilizes a novel 400 GHz photonic crystal resonator as a chip-scale frequency comb source. Silicon-on-insulator photonic inverse-designed 4×4 mode-division multiplexer structures enable a fourfold increase in data capacity. We show less than -10 dBm of optical receiver power for error-free data transmission using a PRBS31 pattern.
Citation
Optics Letters

Keywords

Resonators, Inverse design, optical communication

Citation

Zang, J. , SHIRPURKAR, C. , YANG, K. , Carlson, D. , Yu, S. , Lucas, E. , PERICHERLA, S. , Yang, J. , GUIDRY, M. , LUKIN, D. , TRASK, L. , AFLATOUNI, F. , VUˇC KOVI´C, J. , Papp, S. and DELFYETT, P. (2022), Photonic crystal resonators for inverse-designed multi-dimensional optical interconnects, Optics Letters, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=934710 (Accessed August 12, 2022)
Created June 9, 2022, Updated June 30, 2022