Millimeter wave silicon photonics for remote sensing and wireless links

  • Vegas Olmos, Juan José (Project Participant)
  • Rommel, Simon (Project Participant)
  • Tafur Monroy, Idelfonso (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    The mmW-SPRAWL project aims at developing fully integrated silicon photonics based transceivers for high-capacity wireless networks and remote sensing applications operating at millimeter-wave or sub-terahertz regime.
    Silicon photonics is a promising technology to boost the performance of applications based on photonic technologies by providing an integration platform. However, co-design by system level researchers and device scientist is necessary in order to maximize the performance.
    A PhD researcher at Aarhus University will design and fabricate the chips, whereas the PhD researcher at the Technical University of Denmark will work on the system and applications design.
    Effective start/end date01/11/201401/11/2017


    • microwave photonics


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