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Automated Thermal Drift Compensation in WDM-based Silicon Photonic Multi-Socket Interconnect Systems

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Abstract

We present an on-chip AWGR-based interconnect system with automated thermal drift compensation along cascaded resonant structures in a dual-socket layout. Error-free operation in a 30 Gb/s data-routing scenario within a 12C temperature range is demonstrated.

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