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    09 – 14 May 2021

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    10 – 14 May 2021

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SF1C

Postdeadline Papers Presentation III

Presider: Qiaoqiang Gan, State University of New York at Buffalo

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Presentations

2-μm-Band Coherent Transmission of Nyquist-WDM 16-QAM Signal by on-Chip Spectral Translation (SF1C.1)
Presenter: Deming Kong, Technical University of Denmark

We propose and demonstrate the first low-latency 2-μm-band coherent N-WDM transmission by on-chip spectral translation of 4×32-Gbaud 16-QAM signals with 33-GHz spacing. 318.25 Gbit/s net-rate is achieved with error-free performance after 1.15-km hollow-core fiber transmission.

Authors:Deming Kong, Technical University of Denmark / Yong Liu, Technical University of Denmark / Zhengqi Ren, University of Southampton / Yongmin Jung, University of Southampton / Chanju Kim, Technical University of Denmark / Yong Chen, University of Southampton / Natalie Wheeler, University of Southampton / Minhao Pu, Technical University of Denmark / Kresten Yvind, Technical University of Denmark / Michael Galili, Technical University of Denmark / Leif Oxenløwe, Technical University of Denmark / David Richardson, University of Southampton / Hao Hu, Technical University of Denmark

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High-Throughput, Multimode Spectroscopy Using Cross-Dispersive Serpentine Integrated Grating Arrays (SF1C.2)
Presenter: Nathan Dostart, NASA Langley Research Center

We demonstrate a high-resolution, crossed-dispersion integrated photonic spectrometer capable of high-etendue, multimode operation. The first experimental single-mode design achieves record performance per volume with 1.5 GHz resolution and 13 THz bandwidth in a 0.5 mm2 footprint.

Authors:Nathan Dostart, NASA Langley Research Center / Michael Brand, University of Colorado Boulder / Bohan Zhang, Boston University / Milos Popovic, Boston University / Kelvin Wagner, University of Colorado Boulder

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A High-Speed Micro-Ring Modulator for Next Generation Energy-Efficient Optical Networks Beyond 100 Gbaud (SF1C.3)
Presenter: Meer Nazmus Sakib, Intel Labs- Photonics Research

We demonstrate a silicon micro-ring modulator supporting 128 Gb/s NRZ modulation with SNR=5.2, ER=3.8dB, 0.8 Vpp drive swing, and 5.3 fJ/bit power consumption. We have also achieved 192 Gb/s PAM-4 modulation with TDECQ of 2.5dB.

Authors:Meer Nazmus Sakib, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Peicheng Liao, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Chaoxuan Ma, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Ranjeet Kumar, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Duanni Huang, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Guan-lin Su, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Xinru Xu, Intel Labs- Photonics Research / Saeed Fathololoumi, Intel Corporation / Haisheng Rong, Intel Labs- Photonics Research

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Magnetic-Free Nitride Optical Isolator on Chip (SF1C.4)
Presenter: Hao Tian, Purdue University

We demonstrated a magnetic-free optical isolator for Si3N4 photonics using AlN piezoelectric actuators. Maximum of 10 dB isolation and <1 dB insertion loss is achieved under 100 mW RF power applied at each actuator.

Authors:Hao Tian, Purdue University / Junqiu Liu, EPFL / Anat Siddharth, EPFL / Rui Wang, EPFL / Terence Blésin, EPFL / Jijun He, EPFL / Tobias Kippenberg, EPFL / sunil bhave, Purdue University

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Ultralow-Loss Meter-Long Dispersion-Engineered Silicon Nitride Waveguides (SF1C.5)
Presenter: Zhichao Ye, Chalmers University of Technology

We demonstrate dispersion-engineered meter-long silicon nitride waveguides with record-low loss of 1.4 dB/m. Based on these, we demonstrate continuous-wave-pumped optical parametric amplification for the first time in an integrated Kerr nonlinear waveguide.

Authors:Zhichao Ye, Chalmers University of Technology / Ping Zhao, Chalmers University of Technology / Krishna Twayana, Chalmers University of Technology / Magnus Karlsson, Chalmers University of Technology / Peter Andrekson, Chalmers University of Technology / Victor Torres-Company, Chalmers University of Technology

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Integrated Thin-Film Lithium Niobate Non-Reciprocal Circulator (SF1C.6)
Presenter: Jason Herrmann, Stanford University

We demonstrate an integrated electro-optic frequency circulator on thin-film lithium niobate. Our device operates at telecommunications wavelengths, exhibiting frequency conversion and isolation of 37.3 dB, with insertion loss of 3.8 dB.

Authors:Jason Herrmann, Stanford University / Vahid Ansari, Stanford University / Jiahui Wang, Stanford University / Jeremy Witmer, Stanford University / Shanhui Fan, Stanford University / Amir Safavi-Naeini, Stanford University

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100 dB/cm Broadband Optical Parametric Amplification in Dispersion Engineered Nanophotonic Lithium Niobate Waveguides (SF1C.7)
Presenter: Luis Ledezma, California Institute of Technology

We demonstrate phase-sensitive amplification and confirm a gain exceeding 100 dB/cm on a dispersion-engineered thin-film lithium niobate waveguide, using less than 20 pJ of pump energy, and exhibiting a gain bandwidth larger than 600 nm around 2.09 um.

Authors:Luis Ledezma, California Institute of Technology / Ryoto Sekine, California Institute of Technology / Qiushi Guo, California Institute of Technology / Rajveer Nehra, California Institute of Technology / Saman Jahani, California Institute of Technology / Alireza Marandi, California Institute of Technology

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