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Technical Proceedings of the 2000 International Conference on Modeling and Simulation of Microsystems
Chapter 5: Equivalent Circuits, Behavioral and Multi-Level Simulation

Compact Models for Smart Pixels with Smart Illumination

Authors:Y. Subramanian, M. Azadeh and R.B. Darling
Affilation:University of Washington, US
Pages:229 - 232
Keywords:optoelectronics, SPSI, compact model, optical interconnects
Abstract:Smart Pixels with Smart Illumination (SPSI) is a recently developed technology that enables the monolithic integration of two functionalities-optical illumination and detection- into arrays of optoelectronic ‘pixels’ in a compact and robust manner. To facilitate the design and analysis of systems involving SPSI technology using network simulators, this paper presents and validates a block-diagram approach to construct compact models for the individual SPSI pixels. In addition, the utility of such models is demonstrated through simulations of a potentially new application of SPSI technology-edge detection.
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