Silicon photonic micro-transceivers for beyond 5G environments
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Here, we report on the design and performance of a silicon photonic micro-transceiver required to operate in 5G and 6G environments at high ambient temperatures above 105 °C. The four-channel “IOCore” micro-transceiver incorporates a 1310 nm quantum dot laser system and operates at a data rate of 25 Gbps and higher. The 5 × 5 mm micro-transceiver chip benefits from a multimode coupling interface for low-cost assembly and robust connectivity at high temperatures as well as an optical redundancy scheme, which increases reliability by over an order of magnitude.
Kurata , K , Giorgi , L , Cavaliere , F , O’Faolain , L , Schulz , S A , Nishiyama , K , Hagihara , Y , Yashiki , K , Muto , T , Kobayashi , S , Kuwata , M & Pitwon , R C A 2021 , ' Silicon photonic micro-transceivers for beyond 5G environments ' , Applied Sciences , vol. 11 , no. 22 , 10955 . https://doi.org/10.3390/app112210955
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DescriptionFunding: This paper incorporates results obtained from the project, JPNP20017, commissioned by 474 the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) in Japan.
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