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MSM-based integrated CMOS wavelength-tunable optical receiver
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters
We demonstrate a novel GaAs-metal-semiconductor-metal (MSM)-based wavelength-selective photodetector integrated with its complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) driver and receiver. This receiver has 1-ns wavelength switching access time and has been shown to detect 4 bits of 460-Mb/s (2.17-ns bit period) emulated data in nonreturn-to-zero format during the enabled 8.68-ns windows. The demonstrated channel spacing is 70.8 GHz. To our knowledge, this is the fastest reported wavelengthdoi:10.1109/lpt.2005.846579 fatcat:4ssddtyyw5cnzk6etrw67qflfm