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Jul 21st, 2012
Columbia University uses graphene-silicon PICs for low-power telecom
A one-carbon-atom-thick sheet of graphene has transformed a passive device into an active one that generates microwave photonic signals and performs parametric wavelength conversion at telecommunication wavelengths.
This optical nonlinear behavior could lead to broad applications in optical interconnects and low-power photonic integrated circuits (PICs).
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