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Indium Phosphide Photonic Integrated Circuits

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Abstract

Photonic integration is essential for high-performance communications and now becomes directly exploitable in sensing, metrology and imaging. InP PICs provide lasers, amplifiers, modulators and detectors in one platform, and a roadmap for higher density integration.

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