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1 1 Meeting: 20 th January, Rome P. Zakynthinos WP#2: Applications of Silicon-Organic Hybrid (SOH) and Device Specification

2 2 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Running task: T2.2 Modeling of devices & systems for communication applications Report preparation for: D2.2 (M30) System-level specifications: Investigation of system-level specifications of the new technology components with respect to their potential applications 1. Test-bed development for long-haul modeling 2. Proceed with the results & deliverable preparation 3. Preliminary TOC discussed today Discussion points

3 3 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Simulation test-bed Comb generator Modulator array Coherent receiver SOH modulator block in multi-carrier gen + IQ in array 100 Gb/s 8 subcarriers QPSK format Gbaud/s 12.5 Gb/s QPSK

4 4 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Comb generator Single laser (20 mW / 1550nm 100 kHz) Modulator push-pull / sin_waves 12.5/25 GHz AWG for subcarrier demultiplexing Channel spacing 12.5 GHz Bandwidth GHz equal to baud rate

5 5 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Comb generator Single laser (20 mW / 1550nm 100 kHz) Modulator push-pull / sin_wave 25 GHz AWG for subcarrier demultiplexing Channel spacing 12.5 GHz Bandwidth GHz equal to baud rate Full spectrum 8 subcarriers Max 2 dB power variation

6 6 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Modulator array ER: 10 dB Vp: ~3 V (1.75 V x mm) 8x IQ modulators Gbaud/s 2^ Gb/s Multiplexed signal

7 7 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Coherent receiver 90 degree hybrid Balanced receivers ER 10 dB ER 15 dB

8 8 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Plan 1. Transmission modeling 2. Collect results (long-reach application - March) 3. Report preparation (May) 4. Submission June 2012 Plan for report

9 9 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) 1. Target telecom applications Access networks (short reach, cost-efficiency) Core networks (long reach, performance) 2. System & module-level specifications based on standards (OIF) and experimental characterization (?) 3. Model development 1. Comb generator 2. Transmitter 3. Coherent receiver 4. Modeling results Short reach (access scenario) Long reach (metro/long-haul scenario) Table of Contents

10 10 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) Finance Cost CategoryCosts Personnel (MGT)1.160,53 € Personnel (RTD)13.539,47 € Consumables- Equipment (licenses)- Travel- Indirect Costs (on MGT PM)858,80 € Indirect Costs (on RTD PM)10.019,20 € Total25.578,00 € Total (EC contribution)19.688,33 €

11 11 OUTLINE - Targets 1. Create a simulation platform for device and system-level studies (milestone M2.3 – completed) 2. Define system-level specifications  Phase 1: BtB study – impact of impairments  Use “black-box” component models (reported)  Phase 2: BtB and transmission studies to extract specifications and narrow down the application target  “black-box” components must be replaced with “virtual prototypes” (in progress) 3. Applications identified:  Single-carrier high-speed transmitter  25 Gbaud -> 50 Gb/s QPSK -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK  Orthogonal multiplexing of lower-speed optical subcarriers  100 Gb/s OFDM (up to 12.5 Gbaud -> 100 Gb/s PM-QPSK OFDM) kkj ICTON July 2012 in Warwick UK AIT discussed with ICTON chairman the organization of a parallel session/workshop in collaboration with SOFI Silicon Photonics for Optical Communication Systems Prof Leuthold to present SOFI overview and achievements Anyone who wants to contribute and give a relevant talk may contact Ioannis Tomkos Also AIT can arrange invited talks (send a title, list of authors and a couple of lines description to Ioannis)


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