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Future prospects for silicon photonics - art. no. 65931I

Headley, WR, Reed, GT, Mashanovich, GZ, Timotijevic, B, Gardes, FY, Thomson, D, Yang, P, Teo, EJ, Blackwood, DJ, Breese, MBH , Bettiol, AA and Waugh, P (2007) Future prospects for silicon photonics - art. no. 65931I PHOTONIC MATERIALS, DEVICES, AND APPLICATIONS II, 6593. I5931-I5931.

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The field of Silicon Photonics has gained a significant amount of momentum in recent years. Announcements of high speed modulators and cost-efficient light sources in the Silicon-on-insulator material system have helped to make Silicon Photonics a viable contender as a low-cost active photonic platform. As a pioneer in the field, the University of Surrey continues to investigate the prospects of silicon photonics. Herein we present a summary of our work on several key areas such as ion implanted grating devices, high-speed modulators, switches and ring resonators. We conclude with a discussion on an advanced fabrication technique, proton beam writing.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Timotijevic, B
Teo, EJ
Blackwood, DJ
Breese, MBH
Bettiol, AA
Waugh, P
Date : 2007
Contributors :
Serpenguzel, A
Badenes, G
Righini, GC
Uncontrolled Keywords : silicon photonics, modulator, ring resonator, TIR switch, ion implanted grating, proton beam writing, OPTICAL-PHASE MODULATOR, RIB WAVE-GUIDES, ON-INSULATOR, RING RESONATORS, SINGLE-MODE, SOI
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 11:16
Last Modified : 24 Jan 2020 20:36

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