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Optical Integrated Circuits

Author : Hiroshi Nishihara
ISBN : 0070460922
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Examines in detail the theory, fabrication techniques, and applications of the hybrid types, of optical integrated circuits, as well as explaining waveguiding theory, device design, and fabrication. Provides material on the derivation of the fundamental equations, physical explanation, numerical exa"
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Diode Lasers And Photonic Integrated Circuits

Author : Larry A. Coldren
ISBN : 9780470484128
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Diode Lasers and Photonic Integrated Circuits, Second Edition provides a comprehensive treatment of optical communication technology, its principles and theory, treating students as well as experienced engineers to an in-depth exploration of this field. Diode lasers are still of significant importance in the areas of optical communication, storage, and sensing. Using the the same well received theoretical foundations of the first edition, the Second Edition now introduces timely updates in the technology and in focus of the book. After 15 years of development in the field, this book will offer brand new and updated material on GaN-based and quantum-dot lasers, photonic IC technology, detectors, modulators and SOAs, DVDs and storage, eye diagrams and BER concepts, and DFB lasers. Appendices will also be expanded to include quantum-dot issues and more on the relation between spontaneous emission and gain.
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Design Of Integrated Circuits For Optical Communications

Author : Behzad Razavi
ISBN : UOM:39015059592926
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Design of Integrated Circuits for Optical Communications deals with the design of high-speed integrated circuits for optical communication systems. Written for both students and practicing engineers, the book systematically takes the reader from basic concepts to advanced topics, establishing both rigor and intuition. The text emphasizes analysis and design in modern VLSI technologies, particularly CMOS,and presents numerous broadband circuit techniques. Leading researcher Behzad Razavi is also the author of Design of Analog CMOS Integrated Circuits.
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Silicon Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits

Author : Horst Zimmermann
ISBN : 9783662099049
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Explains the circuit design of silicon optoelectronic integrated circuits (OEICs), which are central to advances in wireless and wired telecommunications. The essential features of optical absorption are summarized, as is the device physics of photodetectors and their integration in modern bipolar, CMOS, and BiCMOS technologies. This information provides the basis for understanding the underlying mechanisms of the OEICs described in the main part of the book. In order to cover the topic comprehensively, Silicon Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits presents detailed descriptions of many OEICs for a wide variety of applications from various optical sensors, smart sensors, 3D-cameras, and optical storage systems (DVD) to fiber receivers in deep-sub-μm CMOS. Numerous detailed illustrations help to elucidate the material.
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Programmable Integrated Photonics

Author : José Capmany
ISBN : 9780198844402
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This book provides the first comprehensive, up-to-date and self-contained introduction to the emergent field of Programmable Integrated Photonics (PIP). It covers both theoretical and practical aspects, ranging from basic technologies and the building of photonic component blocks, to designalternatives and principles of complex programmable photonic circuits, their limiting factors, techniques for characterization and performance monitoring/control, and their salient applications both in the classical as well as in the quantum information fields. The book concentrates and focusesmainly on the distinctive features of programmable photonics, as compared to more traditional ASPIC approaches.After some years during which the Application Specific Photonic Integrated Circuit (ASPIC) paradigm completely dominated the field of integrated optics, there has been an increasing interest in PIP. The rising interest in PIP is justified by the surge in a number of emerging applications that callfor true flexibility and reconfigurability, as well as low-cost, compact, and low-power consuming devices.Programmable Integrated Photonics is a new paradigm that aims at designing common integrated optical hardware configurations, which by suitable programming, can implement a variety of functionalities. These in turn can be exploited as basic operations in many application fields. Programmabilityenables, by means of external control signals, both chip reconfiguration for multifunction operation, as well as chip stabilization against non-ideal operations due to fluctuations in environmental conditions and fabrication errors. Programming also allows for the activation of parts of the chip,which are not essential for the implementation of a given functionality, but can be of help in reducing noise levels through the diversion of undesired reflections.
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High Speed Optical Transceivers

Author : Yuyu Liu
ISBN : PSU:000060448866
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book explores the unique advantages and large inherent transmission capacity of optical fiber communication systems. The long-term and high-risk research challenges of optical transceivers are analyzed with a view to sustaining the seemingly insatiable demand for bandwidth. A broad coverage of topics relating to the design of high-speed optical devices and integrated circuits, oriented to low power, low cost, and small area, is discussed. Written by specialists with many years of research and engineering experience in the field of optical fiber communication, this book is essential for an audience dedicated to the development of integrated electronic systems for optical communication applications. It can also be used as a supplementary text for graduate courses on optical transceiver IC design. Contents: Design Considerations for Integrated Modulator Drivers in Silicon Germanium Technology (S Pavan et al.); Compact Low-Noise Pulse Generating Lasers with Repetition Rates of 10 to 50 GHz (G Spuehler et al.); Integrated Wide-Band CMOS Duobinary Transmitter for Optical Communication Systems (R Tao & M Berroth); A 10 Gb/s Equalizer with Integrated Clock and Data Recovery for Optical Communication Systems (D S McPherson et al.); Equalizer Architectures for 40-Gb/s Optical Systems Limited by Polarization-Mode Dispersion (J Sewter & A C Carusone); Trade-offs in High-Speed Serial Link ICs (S Li); High-speed Architectures and Building Blocks for Clock and Data Recovery Systems (C S Vaucher et al.); MOS Current Mode Logic Circuits: Design Considerations in High-Speed Low-Power Applications and Future Trends, a Tutorial (Y Liu et al.); Recent Progress in 40- to 100-Gbit/s-Class Optical Communications ICs Using InP-Based HBT Technologies (K Ishii et al.); 40 Gb/s TDM System Transceiver Prototype in InP HBT Technology (K Krishnamurthy et al.); Enhanced Network Signaling for 10 Gigabit Ethernet to Achieve a LAN-WAN Seamless Interface and Its Implementation in the PHY-LSI/Transceiver Module (H Ichino et al.). Key Features Wide range of topics relating to the design of high-speed optical transceivers Analysis of the long-term risks and hard-going research challenges of optical transceivers from professionals Useful for readers dedicated to the development of integrated electronic systems for optical communication applications Readership: Engineers, researchers, practitioners, academics, upper level and undergraduates in integrated circuits and device design in the fields of electronic engineering, semiconductor physics and microelectronics.
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Linear Integrated Circuits

Author : Salivahanan
ISBN : 0070648182
Genre : Linear integrated circuits
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Meant for the undergraduate students of electrical and electronics engineering this text on Linear Integrated Circuits and Op Amps covers the entire syllabus of the subject. Written in a simple and student friendly language, it will help in building strong foundation in the principles of linear integrated circuits.
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Linear Integrated Circuits

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ISBN : 8184315244
Genre : Linear integrated circuits
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Integrated Optics

Author : Robert G. Hunsperger
ISBN : 0387897755
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Integrated Optics explains the subject of optoelectronic devices and their use in integrated optics and fiber optic systems. The approach taken is to emphasize the physics of how devices work and how they can be (and have been) used in various applications as the field of optoelectronics has progressed from microphotonics to nanophotonics. Illustrations and references from technical journals have been used to demonstrate the relevance of the theory to currently important topics in industry. By reading this book, scientists, engineers, students and engineering managers can obtain an overall view of the theory and the most recent technology in Integrated Optics.
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Integrated Optical Circuits And Components

Author : Edmond J. Murphy
ISBN : 9781000103373
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Updates the advancements made in the level of achievable integration of optical circuits and components in the last ten years--highlighting the commercial success of particular devices as well as introducing multiple facets of integrated optics.
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Integrated Optics Theory And Technology

Author : Robert G. Hunsperger
ISBN : 9783540487302
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Professor Hunsperger's Integrated Optics is one of the few texts that is comprehensive and thorough enough for use both as a classroom text (practice problems are included) and as a specialist's reference. The gratifying success of the first two editions and the continuing rapid development of the field necessitated the writing of this third edition. All chapters have been revised and updated, and a new chapter, on quantum well devices, has been added. As in the previous editions, detailed descriptions of the phenomena, devices, and technology used in optical integrated circuits and their relationship to fiber optics are presented. The trend of telecommunications toward the use of single mode systems operating at the longer wavelengths of 1.3 and 1.55 μm is explained and documented with illustrations of recently developed devices and systems. Broader coverage of GaInAsP devices and optical integrated circuits is provided, and the new growth tech- niques of molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) and metal-organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) are described. A discussion of the extensive development of hybrid optical integrated circuits in lithium niobate is also included. From the reviews: I never had the opportunity of using Hunsperger as a text to teach from but after reading the present third edition, I think it must be a pleasure to do so. It is a good book because of its precise language and its didactic organization (with many clear tables), it is exhaustive in its details, and rigorous in its background; it is well suited for a graduate-level course.
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Silicon Photonics

Author : Graham T. Reed
ISBN : 9780470994528
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Silicon photonics is currently a very active and progressive area of research, as silicon optical circuits have emerged as the replacement technology for copper-based circuits in communication and broadband networks. The demand for ever improving communications and computing performance continues, and this in turn means that photonic circuits are finding ever increasing application areas. This text provides an important and timely overview of the ‘hot topics’ in the field, covering the various aspects of the technology that form the research area of silicon photonics. With contributions from some of the world’s leading researchers in silicon photonics, this book collates the latest advances in the technology. Silicon Photonics: the State of the Art opens with a highly informative foreword, and continues to feature: the integrated photonic circuit; silicon photonic waveguides; photonic bandgap waveguides; mechanisms for optical modulation in silicon; silicon based light sources; optical detection technologies for silicon photonics; passive silicon photonic devices; photonic and electronic integration approaches; applications in communications and sensors. Silicon Photonics: the State of the Art covers the essential elements of the entire field that is silicon photonics and is therefore an invaluable text for photonics engineers and professionals working in the fields of optical networks, optical communications, and semiconductor electronics. It is also an informative reference for graduate students studying for PhD in fibre optics, integrated optics, optical networking, microelectronics, or telecommunications.
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Perspectives In Optoelectronics

Author : Sudhanshu Shekhar Jha
ISBN : 9810220227
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Optoelectronics is a rapidly expanding field of research and development. In years to come, it is destined to play a primary role in the growing information industry. The basic philosophy behind the science and technology of optoelectronics is to create and develop photonic devices in which optical photons (light waves) instead of electronic carriers, are manipulated for the conventional task performed by microelectronics. Thanks to the availability of large bandwidth at optical frequencies, the development of cost-effective low-loss low-dispersion silica fibers for optical transmission, and the possibility of ultra-fast two-dimensional processing, the field of present-day microelectronics is moving steadily towards this new technology of optoelectronics and photonics.This volume presents reviews of different areas of optoelectronics written by international experts in the field, covering most of the topics of recent importance. It includes detailed discussions on semiconductor lasers and optical amplifiers; optical fiber transmission; photodetectors; optoelectronic and photonic integrated circuits; light-wave telecommunications; optical signal and image processing; optical computing; nonlinear and integrated optics; space-time Fourier optics; optical metrology and sensing and optical interconnects. All chapters are written in the style of a textbook containing tutorial sections which should be of great use to graduate students. The volume should serve as an excellent book for graduate level course on optoelectronics, modern optical engineering, and optical communications.
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Integrated Cmos Circuits For Optical Communications

Author : Mark Ingels
ISBN : 3540202099
Genre : Science
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This book presents several circuits that are required for the full integration of an optical transmitter in standard CMOS. The main emphasis is placed on high-speed receivers with a bitrate of up to 1 Gb/s. The possibility of including the photodiode in a receiver is investigated and the problems encountered are discussed. Concerning the transmitter aspect, a CMOS LED driver is described. The final chapter addresses electrical interference problems on a chip and proposes countermeasures. The various circuits in this book have all been realized and measurement results are presented, paving the way for single chip communication systems in which the optical interfaces are integrated on the same die as the digital circuitry.
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Strained Ge And Gesn Band Engineering For Si Photonic Integrated Circuits

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The on-chip interconnect bandwidth limitation is becoming an increasingly critical challenge for integrated circuits (ICs) as device scaling continues to push the speed and density of ICs. Silicon photonics has the ability to solve this emerging problem due to its high speed, high bandwidth, low power consumption, and ability to be monolithically integrated on silicon. Most of the key devices for Si photonic ICs have already been demonstrated. However, a practical CMOS compatible coherent light source is still a major challenge. Germanium (Ge) has already been demonstrated to be a promising material for optoelectronic devices, such as photo-detectors and modulators. However, Ge is an indirect band gap semiconductor, which makes Ge-based light sources very inefficient and limits their practical use. Fortunately, the direct [uppercase Gamma] valley of the Ge conduction band is only 0.14 eV higher than the indirect L valley, suggesting that with band-structure engineering, Ge has the potential to become a direct band gap material and an efficient light emitter. In this dissertation, we first discuss our work on highly biaxial tensile strained Ge grown by molecular beam epitaxy (MBE). Relaxed step-graded InGaAs buffer layers, which are prepared with low temperature growth and high temperature annealing, are used to provide a larger lattice constant substrate to produce tensile strain in Ge epitaxial layers. Up to 2.3% in-plane biaxial tensile strained thin Ge epitaxial layers were achieved with smooth surfaces and low threading dislocation density. A strong increase of photoluminescence with highly tensile strained Ge layers at low temperature suggests that a direct band gap semiconductor has been achieved. This dissertation also presents our work on more than 9% Sn incorporation in epitaxial GeSn alloys using a low temperature MBE growth method. This amount of Sn is 10 times greater than the solid-solubility of Sn in crystalline Ge. Material characterization shows good crystalline quality without Sn precipitation or phase segregation. With increasing Sn percentage, direct band gap narrowing is observed by optical transmission measurements. The studies described in this dissertation will help enable efficient germanium based CMOS compatible coherent light sources. Other possible applications of this work are also discussed in the concluding chapter.
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Integrated Photonics

Author : Ginés Lifante
ISBN : 0470848685
Genre : Science
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All integrated optical components and devices make use of "waveguides", where light is confined by total internal reflection. The elements in such "photonic chip" are interconnected through waveguides, and also the integrated optics components themselves are fabricated using waveguide configuration, such as couplers, switches, modulators, multiplexors, amplifiers and lasers, etc. These components are integrated in a single substrate, thus resulting in a compact and robust photonic device, which can be optically connected through optical fibres. With and increase in the number of integrated optical components and devices emerging from the research laboratories to the market place an up-to-date book is essential in collecting, summarizing and presenting the new developed photonic devices. This includes fundamental aspects, technical aspects (such as fabrication techniques and materials) and characterisation and performance. This is an advanced text aimed at specialists in the field of photonics, but who may be new to the field of integrated photonics. The fundamental aspects have been carefully considered, and all the topics covered by the book start at a medium level, making it highly relevant for undergraduate and post-graduate students following this discipline.
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