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Photonic Integrated Circuits for RF Analog Links, WDM and Other Advanced Applications

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We describe an integration platform known as asymmetric twin waveguide (ATG), whereby any combination of high performance optical functions can be “laid out” on a chip using CAD-based design, thereby bringing the simplicity and performance advantages inherent in Si electronic integration to photonics. This flexible integration platform has resulted in the demonstration of a growing “library” of photonic components and integrated circuits, including lasers integrated with modulators (EMLs), arrayed waveguide grating receivers, balanced photodetectors for coherent optical communications, and ultrafast optical switches.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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