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Structured Materials Industries, Inc. (SMI) reports that it has received an Air Force Phase II STTR to produce Si photonic modulators. Despite recent advances in integrating many optical components into single multi-function packages, the devices remain large and incompatible with the silicon CMOS microelectronic components producing data on the network. For example, a single electro-optic modulator fabricated in the lithium niobate material system occupies about 1 square centimeter. An equivalent silicon CMOS based component should occupy roughly 100 square microns - a million times smaller.
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