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Broadband Telecommunication Technology Interfaculty BTT Master Broadband Telecommunication Technologies [email protected]

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Broadband Telecommunication Technology Interfaculty BTT Master Broadband Telecommunication Technologies [email protected] Slide 2 Broadband Telecommunication Technology BTT: why? Unlimited and virtually free communication from everywhere to everywhere from everyone to everyone at any time Fast worldwide access and exchange of information Huge capacity and flexibility through optical technology High mobility through wireless technology Optical arteries and veins Wireless capillaries the ubiquitous boundless communication ether Slide 3 Telecom Networks Broadband Telecommunication Technology Slide 4 BTT: what? The broadest specialization, integrating: Photonics and Electronics Mathematics and Computer Science Signal Processing and Information Theory Electromagnetics Operations Management Slide 5 Broadband Telecommunication Technology BTT: what? The broadest specialization, integrating: Photonics and Electronics Mathematics and Computer Science Signal Processing and Information Theory Electromagnetics Operations Management Slide 6 Broadband Telecommunication Technology BTT Participating Faculties Electrical Engineering (EEIT) Mathematics & Computer Science (W&I) Applied Physics (TN) Chemical Engineering & Chemistry (ST) Technology Management (TeMa) COBRA Inter-University Research Institute on Communication Technology Slide 7 Broadband Telecommunication Technology BTT List of Participants Electrical Engineering 1.Koonen (Optical Communications) 2.Fledderus (Wireless communications) 3.Smit (Photonics) 4.Tijhuis (Electromagnetics) 5.van Roermund (Electronics) 6.Bergmans (Signal Processing) 7.Otten (Electronic Systems) Mathematics & Computer Science 1.Van Tilborg (Coding & Cryptography) 2.Boxma (Stochastic Operations Research ) Applied Physics 1.Fiore, Koenraad (Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics) 2.Janssen (Polymer devices) Chemical Engineering and Chemistry 1.Janssen (Polymer technology) 2.De With (Glass-ceramics) Technology Management 1.Smits (Technology & Policy) Slide 8 Broadband Telecommunication Technology BTT List of Participants Electrical Engineering 1.Koonen (Optical Communications) 2.Fledderus (Wireless communications) 3.Smit (Photonics) 4.Tijhuis (Electromagnetics) 5.van Roermund (Electronics) 6.Bergmans (Signal Processing) 7.Otten (Electronic Systems) Mathematics & Computer Science 1.Van Tilborg (Coding & Cryptography) 2.Boxma (Stochastic Operations Research ) Applied Physics 1.Fiore, Koenraad (Photonics and Semiconductor Nanophysics) 2.Janssen (Polymer devices) Chemical Engineering and Chemistry 1.Janssen (Polymer technology) 2.De With (Glass-ceramics) Technology Management 1.Smits (Technology & Policy) Photonic Slide 9 Broadband Telecommunication Technology9 Preparation 12 Core program Traineeship, specialisation 20 BTT Graduation project 40 BTT Master Program Structure Broadening Traineeship Prof. development 36 12 Year 1 Year 2 Slide 10 Broadband Telecommunication Technology Year 1 BTT Preparation 12 ects Inleiding Halfgeleiders & Toepassingen (3S260)3 Nanofotonica (3S310)3 BTT core program12 ects Basics of telecommunication (5LL10)3 Computer networks (5JJ90)3 Wireless communications (5MY10)3 Optical fibre communications (5LL40) 3 BTT Broadening 36 ects External Internship (international BTT partner)19 Interfaculty project8 3 Elective BTT courses9 Year 2 BTT Internship (BTT partners) 60 ects BTT Master Cert. Program TN Slide 11 Broadband Telecommunication Technology Photonics & Semiconductor Nanophysics Self-assembled quantum dots 125 nm * 125 nm To manipulate single charges, spins and photons in nanostructured semiconductors InP InGaAsP InP Photonic crystal 10 m * 10 m PSN Slide 12 epitaxial growth structural analysis physics of photons, Chain of Knowledge electrons and spins devices Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 13 0-2 ML GaAs below 3.2 ML InAs QDs RT PL emission: Q. Gong et al. APL 84, 275 (2004) Wavelength tuning of InAs/InP QDs in the 1.55 m wavelength region through insertion of ultra-thin GaAs interlayers 2 m x 2 m Tuning of Nanostructures Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 14 1-dim. QD arrays on GaAs (100) 2-dim. QD arrays on GaAs (311)B [0-11] 1 m x 1 m T. Mano et al. APL 81, 1705 (2002) T. v. Lippen et al. APL 85, 118 (2004) Self-organized lateral ordering of QDs through anisotropic strain engineering of (In,Ga)As/GaAs superlattice templates Ordering of Nanostructures Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 15 Atomic Scale Composition Analysis InGaAs GaAsSb InAs Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 16 Nanostructure Design 50 nm * 50 nm 35 nm J. He et al, Appl. Phys. Lett. 85, 2771 (2004) 40 nm * 60 nm 1-10 110 001 30 nm * 40 nm Q. Gong et al APL 85, 5697 (2004) P. Offermans, accepted for APL (2005) PSN Slide 17 Optics of Single Nanostructures EcEc EvEv electrons holes Single Dot Spectroscopy Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 18 Operation of QD Ring Laser Ring 2 mm long 1.65 m wide Output WG 500 m adiabatic r min = 100 m Input WG Y. Barbarin, et al., PTL18, 2644 (2006) Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 19 Fabricated InGaAsP Nanocavities Modified H0 Cavity Modified H1 Cavity Simple H2 Cavity Simple H1 Cavity Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 20 Single-photon Physics & Applications 700ps Parallel array of NbN nanowires: Each photon striking a wire produces a voltage pulse Measured histograms of coherent light Divochiy et al., Nature Photonics, May 2008 (collaboration with EPF Lausanne, CNR Rome, MSPU Moscow) Measuring one and few photons with superconducting nanowires Broadband Telecommunication Technology PSN Slide 21 Opto-Electronic Devices Broadband Telecommunication Technology highlights Slide 22 Broadband Telecommunication Technology Electro-Optic Communication highlights Slide 23 Broadband Telecommunication Technology Electromagnetics dipole on top of single 3D EBG slab cell bent fibre 2D EBG finite slab antenna radiation above finite 2D EBG slab antenna radiation (dB) above finite 2D EBG slab highlights Slide 24 Broadband Telecommunication Technology Wireless Communications Radio wave propagation MIMO OFDM testbed Measured and simulated channel impulse response along trajectory Proof of concept data rate 162 Mbit/s highlights

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