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Tiny companion testchip for 56 Gbaud applications based on microring resonators

Abstract : Objective: To address 56G external I/Os issues • Purpose: IP core for customer at packaging level • Tiny and configurable companion testchips • 3D assembly validation • Passive & active components of PIC25G + BiCMOS/CMOS Thesis schedule: Dynamic testchip at wafer-level with 3D assembly • CMOS driver in B55 at 10-25 Gbps • Ring resonator modeling • Qualification testchips based on microring resonators for 56 Gbps applications
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https://hal-centralesupelec.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01420967
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Audrey Michard, Jean-François Carpentier, Pietro Maris Ferreira. Tiny companion testchip for 56 Gbaud applications based on microring resonators. Silicon Photonics Summer School, Aug 2016, Ghent, Belgium. ⟨hal-01420967⟩

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