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Low-Power Data Center Transponders Enabled by Micrometer-scale Plasmonic Modulators

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Abstract

Plasmonic modulators allow for high-speed data modulation beyond 200GBd at the micrometer-scale and low driving voltages below 700mV. The compact footprint enables dense integration and makes plasmonic modulators a promising solution for next-generation optical interconnects.

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