Abstract

The monolithic integration of a number of photonic components on a single InP chip for increased functionality and reliability as well as decreased power dissipation and cost is becoming an accepted goal for most component vendors. This tutorial will review current integration approaches and results, emphasizing our UCSB work.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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