Circuits and Devices
Progress in the development of self-electrooptic-effect devices (SEEDs) is discussed. The devices include the resistor-SEED (R-SEED) device, which can be viewed as a simple NOR gate. The symmetric SEED (S-SEED) and the logic-SEED (L-SEED) devices with improved features, functionality, and performance are also considered. The integration of FETs with multiple quantum well (MQW) modulators (FET-SEED), enables optical interconnections of electronic circuits. Where the SEED technology can be used is discussed, and an experimental optical switching fabric made using these devices is described.
H. S. Hinton, "Multiple quantum-well technology takes SEED (Invited)," Circuits and Devices, Vol. 9, No. 2, March, 1993, pp. 12-18.
Originally published by IEEE. Publisher's PDF can be accessed through the Circuits and Devices Magazine.