Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate ultrafast all-optical modulation using an ultracompact InP photonic-crystal Fano structure. In contrast to symmetric configurations previously considered, the use of a structure with broken symmetry in combination with a well-engineered Fano resonance is shown to suppress patterning effects as well as lower the energy consumption. These properties enable the achievement of error-free 10 Gbit/s modulation with low pump energy using realistic pseudorandom binary sequence patterns. At 20 Gbit/s, the bit error ratio remains well below the limit for forward error correction.

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