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BPN671: Tunable Silicon Photonics for Microsecond Wavelength Selective Switching

Project ID BPN671
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Start Date Wed 2012-Feb-01 04:16:53
Last Updated Wed 2013-Aug-14 18:45:45
Abstract The wavelength selective switch (WSS) is a key enabling component for many optical circuit switching (OCS) architectures, which have the potential to allow datacenters to continue scaling beyond the cost and power efficiency constraints of current electrical networks. The applicability of these OCS networks in real-world datacenters is highly dependent on the speed and optical loss of the WSS elements. We have demonstrated a grating-based WSS in silicon photonics that improves on these metrics and allows greater integration potential relative to previously demonstrated MEMS-based WSS devices.
Status Continuing
Funding Source NSF
IAB Research Area NanoPlasmonics, Microphotonics & Imaging
Researcher(s) Anthony M. Yeh
Advisor(s) Ming C. Wu
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