Abstract

We report the first InP-based integrated optical crossconnect. The device can crossconnect signals at four wavelengths independently from two input fibers to two output fibers. Total on-chip loss is less than 16 dB. Device size is 7×9 mm2.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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