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80Gb/s PDM-QPSK PIC-to-PIC Transmission based on Integrated Hybrid Silicon/III-V Wavelength-tunable Transmitter and Monolithic Silicon Coherent Receiver

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We reported the first hybrid III-V/Si integrated QPSK wavelength-tunable transmitter based on high-speed ring modulators (BW~23GHz). 80 Gbit/s PDM-QPSK signal transmission over 100 km with said integrated hybrid transmitter as well as a fully packaged silicon-based coherent receiver is demonstrated.

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