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Design, Modeling, and Characterization of FET-SEED Smart Pixel Transceiver Arrays for Optical Backplanes
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics
  • David V. Plant, McGill University, Montreal
  • Alain Z. Shang, McGill University, Montreal
  • Marcos R. Otazo, McGill University, Montreal
  • David R. Rolston, McGill University, Montreal
  • Brian Robertson, McGill University, Montreal
  • Harvard Scott Hinton, Utah State University
Document Type
Article
Publisher
IEEE
Publication Date
1-1-1996
DOI
10.1109/3.511552
Abstract

The design, modeling, and characterization of FET-SEED smart pixel transceiver arrays fabricated for application in optical backplanes are presented. Results of digital and analog measurements on 4×4 transmitter arrays and 4×4 receiver arrays, packaged at the printed circuit-board level, will be presented. In addition, these results will be compared to device and circuit models developed for these optoelectronics. Finally, the description of the successful application of these optoelectronics to interconnect two printed circuit boards will be described.

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Originally published by IEEE. Publisher's PDF can be accessed through the IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics.
Citation Information
D.V. Plant, A.Z. Shang, M.R. Otazo, D.R. Rolston, B. Robertson, and H.S. Hinton, "Design, Modeling, and Characterization of FET-SEED Smart Pixel Transceiver Arrays for Optical Backplanes," IEEE J. Quantum. Electronics, Vol. 32, No. 8, August 1996, pp. 1391-1398.