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Complex monolithic and InP hybrid integration on high bandwidth electro-optic polymer platform

By P. Groumas, Z. Zhang, V. Katopodis, C. Kouloumentas, D. de Felipe, R. Dinu, E. Miller, J. Mallari, G. Cangini, N. Keil, H. Avramopoulos and N. Grote


We report on the monolithic integration of multimode interference couplers, Bragg gratings, and delay-line interferometers on an electro-optic polymer platform capable of modulation directly at 100 Gb/s. We also report on the hybrid integration of InP active components with the polymer structure using the butt-coupling technique. Combining the passive and the active components, we demonstrate a polymer-based, external cavity laser with 17 nm tuning range and the optical assembly of an integrated 100 Gb/s transmitter, and we reveal the potential of the electro-optic polymer technology to provide the next generation integration platform for complex, ultra-high-speed optical transceivers

Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1364/OL.37.003465
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Provided by: Fraunhofer-ePrints
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