Abstract

In this article a nonreturn-to-zero data transmission of 25 Gb/s between silicon photonic transmitter and receiver units is demonstrated, where the transmitter is based on a silicon optical Fabry–Pérot modulator with a node-matched-diode geometry. This modulator type has a footprint of less than 100 μm2. On the receiver side, an integrated Ge-photo detector has been used. Mask tests according to the 100G ER4 standard have been performed and yielded error free data transmission.

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