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By Serge Luryi, Jimmy Xu, Alexander Zaslavsky

In the summertime of 2009, top pros from undefined, govt, and academia accumulated for a free-spirited debate at the destiny tendencies of microelectronics. This quantity represents the precis in their useful contributions. supplying a cohesive exploration and holistic imaginative and prescient of semiconductor microelectronics, this article solutions such questions as: what's the destiny past shrinking silicon units and the field-effect transistor precept? Are there eco-friendly pastures past the conventional semiconductor applied sciences? This source additionally identifies the path the sphere is taking, allowing microelectronics pros and scholars to behavior study in an educated, ecocnomic, and forward-looking type.

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Jo S ce Date of introduction Figure 1. IEEE Roadmap for the core and I/O bit rates. O n leave from Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg 194021, Russia. Future Trends in Microelectronics. Edited by Serge Luryi, Jimmy Xu, and Alex Zaslavsky Copyright © 2010 John Wiley & Sons. Inc. 43 Future Trends in Microelectronics 44 2. Recent progress in optical components Very short-range optical links are presently served by multimode vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs) as transmitters and PIN photodetectors as detectors.

12. This E/O/E conversion causes delays and significant expense; thus, the absence of optical packet routers is the main drawback of the optical network today. In spite of tremendous R&D efforts, optical packet routers are still far from a commercial reality - this is one of the major challenges confronting photonics researchers. There are many palliative solutions to this problem, such as using protocol-based approaches (specifically, generalized multiprotocol label switching) or employing hybrid networks in which all-through traffic is transmitted optically and add-drop messages are routed electronically.

In the United States, a cable-TV network is the primary provider of broadband access, whereas most of the developed world still relies on copper-based DSL technology. A passive optical network (PON) replaces the traditional copper-wire telephone connections from a dwelling to a central office. S. and other developed countries; as a matter of fact, in South Korea and Japan, optical access has become the main type of broadband connection. , FiOS) are based on time-division multiplexing (TDM). The TDM technique is inherently restricted in bit rate; what is more, TDM-based PON has security and confidentiality issues that still have to be resolved.

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