Experimental demonstration of high-speed full-duplex reconfigurable free-space card-to-card optical interconnects

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Experimental demonstration of high-speed full-duplex reconfigurable free-space card-to-card optical interconnects

Level 4 Meeting Room
Walter Boas Building #163

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T: (03) 8344 6690

greteln@unimelb.edu.au

This seminar is a conference practice talk for the Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (ACP2012).

The interconnect bandwidth requirement in data-centers and high-performance computing has increased considerably over the last decade and conventionally copper cable based card-to-card interconnects have encountered several fundamental limitations. Multi-mode fiber and polymer waveguide based optical interconnects have been widely studied; however, these schemes are inherently point-to-point and non-reconfigurable. In this talk a high-speed full-duplex free-space based card-to-card optical interconnect architecture with flexibility and reconfigurability is proposed and experimentally demonstrated. 3*3 10 Gb/s data transmission for up to 30 cm is achieved with a receiver sensitivity better than -11.50 dBm.

Presenters Ke Wang

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