We report the first 400fJ/bit all-CMOS silicon photonic transmitter made of CMOS depletion ring modulator flip-chip integrated with CMOS driver, and demonstrated error-free 5Gbps transmission of over 1.5Pbits of data without closed-loop ring resonance tuning.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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