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25 July 2014

VI Systems, UCSB and Technical University of Denmark demo 1060nm VCSEL link at 30Gb

VI Systems GmbH of Berlin, Germany, University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have demonstrated an optical data communication link operating at 30Gbit/s using a 1060nm vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) transmitter and VI Systems’ R40-1300 high-speed receiver module specified for the 900-1350nm wavelength range.

The 1060nm VCSEL light source is a bottom-emitting, highly strained 1060nm quantum well VCSEL developed at professor Larry Coldren’s group in UCSB’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The receiver is designed for data rates of up to 40Gbit/s and includes VI Systems’ T40-150C080 transimpedance amplifier (TIA) packaged in a fiber-coupled receiver optical subassembly (ROSA).

System analysis and data transmission experiments were performed at professor Tafur Monroy’s lab at DTU’s Fotonik-Department of Photonics Engineering.

The results of the collaboration between UCSB, DTU and VI Systems will be presented at the European Conference on Optical Communication (ECOC 2014) in Cannes, France (21-25 September).

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