Photonic Random Access Memory Using Serial-to-Parallel and Parallel-to-Serial Conversion

R. Takahashi, T. Nakahara, Kiyoto Takahata, H. Takenouchi, T. Yasui, N. Kondo, H. Suzuki

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Abstract

A photonic random access memory (RAM) that uses serial-to-parallel and parallel-to-serial conversion for hig-speed burst optical packets is described. A 40-Gbits 16-bit photonic RAM composed of an OCG, an all-optical SPC, a CMOS RAM, and a photonic PSC is demonstrated. The photonic RAM has been found to have many advantages over fiber-loop buffer memory like compactness, random access at an arbitary time, and large storage capacity. The photonic RAM also enables the realization of many functions that will be needed for future photonic packet-switched networks such as label recognition and label swapping.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOptical Fiber Communication Conference, Technical Digest - Postconference Edition
EditorsA.A. Sawchuk
Pages275-277
Number of pages3
Volume86
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Externally publishedYes

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Takahashi, R., Nakahara, T., Takahata, K., Takenouchi, H., Yasui, T., Kondo, N., & Suzuki, H. (2003). Photonic Random Access Memory Using Serial-to-Parallel and Parallel-to-Serial Conversion. In A. A. Sawchuk (Ed.), Optical Fiber Communication Conference, Technical Digest - Postconference Edition (Vol. 86, pp. 275-277)

Photonic Random Access Memory Using Serial-to-Parallel and Parallel-to-Serial Conversion. / Takahashi, R.; Nakahara, T.; Takahata, Kiyoto; Takenouchi, H.; Yasui, T.; Kondo, N.; Suzuki, H.

Optical Fiber Communication Conference, Technical Digest - Postconference Edition. ed. / A.A. Sawchuk. Vol. 86 2003. p. 275-277.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Takahashi, R, Nakahara, T, Takahata, K, Takenouchi, H, Yasui, T, Kondo, N & Suzuki, H 2003, Photonic Random Access Memory Using Serial-to-Parallel and Parallel-to-Serial Conversion. in AA Sawchuk (ed.), Optical Fiber Communication Conference, Technical Digest - Postconference Edition. vol. 86, pp. 275-277.
Takahashi R, Nakahara T, Takahata K, Takenouchi H, Yasui T, Kondo N et al. Photonic Random Access Memory Using Serial-to-Parallel and Parallel-to-Serial Conversion. In Sawchuk AA, editor, Optical Fiber Communication Conference, Technical Digest - Postconference Edition. Vol. 86. 2003. p. 275-277
Takahashi, R. ; Nakahara, T. ; Takahata, Kiyoto ; Takenouchi, H. ; Yasui, T. ; Kondo, N. ; Suzuki, H. / Photonic Random Access Memory Using Serial-to-Parallel and Parallel-to-Serial Conversion. Optical Fiber Communication Conference, Technical Digest - Postconference Edition. editor / A.A. Sawchuk. Vol. 86 2003. pp. 275-277
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