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Fiber Arrays

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Silicon Photonics (SiPh) Fiber Arrays from POINTek Inc. are designed for SiPh integrated chips.

Capable of supporting the back-end packaging for SiPh integrated circuits, the arrays passively align multiple optical fibers into the wafer-fabricated V-grooves on the chip without expensive and complicated active alignment equipment. The passive alignment of the arrays can be accomplished without monitoring the optical power. They have the characteristics of a fine fiber-end mirror-surface quality and an accurate fiber protrusion length uniformity to match with the prefabricated V-grooves on a chip. Both the single-mode fiber arrays and polarization-maintaining fiber arrays are available with or without 12-channel mechanical transfer ferrule termination.

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2022

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