NeoPhotonics to Demonstrate at OFC a 64 Gbaud Coherent Optical Sub-Assembly (COSA) for Coherent 400G-1.2T Applications
The 64Gbaud COSA is designed to work with
The 64Gbaud COSA contains a coherent I/Q modulator co-packaged with drivers, as well as a coherent receiver co-packaged with trans-impedance amplifiers. The COSA is based on
"We are pleased to demonstrate our new 64 Gbaud COSA operating with our new Nano-ITLA at OFC, showing that we have maintained all of the performance of the discrete components, but at half the size," said Tim Jenks, Chairman and CEO of NeoPhotonics. "These compact and highly integrated components are well suited for 400G and 600G per lambda applications that require very compact optical components," continued Mr. Jenks.
Monday, 12 March, Paper M2C.3 at 11:15: "8×506-Gb/s 16QAM WDM Signal Coherent Transmission over 6000- km Enabled by PS and HB-cDM",
Thursday, 15 March, 10:15-11:15,
Thursday, 15 March, Paper Th2A.21a at 10:30: "Block-wise Time Domain Large Signal Model of Carrier-depletion Mach-Zehnder Silicon Photonic Modulators",
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