Abstract

An optical interconnect solely using organic optoelectronic components is presented. The data link is based on an organic light-emitting diode as the transmitter and an organic photodiode as the receiver. Light is transmitted via a polymer optical fiber coupled to the active components. A digitized audio signal based on the Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format standard at a signal bit rate of 2.8224 Mbit/s (44.1-kHz sampling frequency) is successfully transmitted.

© 2008 IEEE

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