Photonic theory design and simulations - 3Virtual room: INO - 2
|Tuesday, May 26|
TD-3-26-1 / Challenges and opportunities in scaling and deployment of silicon photonic solutions for next-generation data centers
* Dylan Logan, Ranovus Inc., Canada
Doug Beckett, Ranovus Inc.
Ryan Hickey, Ranovus Inc.
John Martinho, Ranovus Inc.
Georg Roell, Ranovus GmbH
We present the Ranovus Odin Optical Engine platform and describe the ways in which it addresses the challenges facing the volume deployment of silicon photonics.
TD-3-26-2 / Dual-polarization 16QAM 32GBaud fiber optic transmission and quantum dot mode-locked lasers
* Jiaren Liu, National Research Council Canada, Canada
Youxin Mao, National Research Council Canada
Zhenguo Lu, National Research Council Canada
Chunying Song, National Research Council Canada
Philip J. Poole, National Research Council Canada
Daniel Poitras, National Research Council Canada
Pedro Barrios, National Research Council Canada
Eric (Guocheng) Liu, National Research Council Canada
John Weber, National Research Council Canada
In this presentation, we report routinely sub-MHz optical linewidth operation of about 20 longitudinal optical modes in InAs/InP QD-MLLs with the channel spacings of 11, 25, and 34 GHz respectively. With self-injecting feedback loop specifically developed for a 25GHz channel spacing QD-MLL, optical linewidths have further been reduced down to 100KHz level simultaneously for 40-60 optical modes , which resulting in 12Tbit/s (DP-16QAM 32GBaud for 50 optical carriers) optical data transmission capacity with 256-Gb/s per optical carrier. Additionally, the theoretical model for optical linewidth and its simultaneous reduction with self-injecting feedback loop is discussed.
TD-3-26-3 / Silicon Photonics beyond silicon for communication and sensing applications
* Shankar Kumar Selvaraja, Indian Institute of Science, India