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Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering  2019 Vol.20 No.4 P.490-497


1.3-μm 4×25-Gb/s hybrid integrated TOSA and ROSA

Author(s):  Yu Liu, Hao-tian Bao, Yi-ming Zhang, Zhi-ke Zhang, Yun-shan Zhang, Xiang-fei Chen, Jun Lu, Yue-chun Shi, Jia-shun Zhang, Liang-liang Wang, Jun-ming An, Ning-hua Zhu

Affiliation(s):  State Key Laboratory on Integrated Optoelectronics, Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100083, China; more

Corresponding email(s):   yliu@semi.ac.cn, bht@semi.ac.cn

Key Words:  Reconstruction equivalent chirp, Arrayed waveguide grating, Transmitter optical subassembly, Hybrid integrated

Yu Liu, Hao-tian Bao, Yi-ming Zhang, Zhi-ke Zhang, Yun-shan Zhang, Xiang-fei Chen, Jun Lu, Yue-chun Shi, Jia-shun Zhang, Liang-liang Wang, Jun-ming An, Ning-hua Zhu. 1.3-μm 4×25-Gb/s hybrid integrated TOSA and ROSA[J]. Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering, 2019, 20(4): 490-497.

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The design and fabrication of a compact and low-cost 4×25-Gb/s transmitter optical sub-assembly (TOSA) and receiver optical sub-assembly (ROSA) using a hybrid integrated technique are reported. TOSA and ROSA are developed without thermoelectric cooler for coarse wavelength division multiplexing applications. Physical dimension of the packaged optical sub- assembly is limited to 11.5 mm×5.4 mm×5.4 mm. The design of TOSA and ROSA is employed using a silica-based arrayed waveguide grating chip to select the specific channel wavelength at O-band. In TOSA, the wavelength of four 1.3-μm discrete directly modulated laser chips is well controlled based on the reconstruction equivalent chirp technique. In the back-to-back transmission test, bit error rates for all lanes of cascade of the TOSA and ROSA are small. A clear opening eye diagram is obtained.

1.3-µm 4×25-Gb/s混合集成收发光子组件

摘要:介绍了一种采用混合集成技术的小型低成本4×25-Gb/s收发光子组件(TOSA/ROSA)的设计与制造。TOSA和ROSA在无热电冷却器(TEC)情况下可满足粗波分复用(CWDM)应用。光学子组件(OSA)封装外壳的物理尺寸为11.5 mm×5.4 mm×5.4 mm。采用石英基阵列波导光栅(AWG)芯片作为TOSA和ROSA波长的复用和解复用器件。选择O波段特定通道波长。在TOSA中,重建等效啁啾(REC)技术能实现对4个1.3µm离散直接调制激光器(DML)芯片波长的精确控制。在背靠背传输试验中,TOSA和ROSA组成链路中各通道误码率在满足100G-4WDM-10标准下灵敏度分别为−7.1、−6.6、−6.2和−5.1 dBm。采样示波器的数据经过处理后能得到清晰端正的眼图。


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