Monolithic Silicon-Photonics Linear-Algebra Accelerators Enabling Next-Gen Massive MIMO

Journal of Lightwave Technology(2024)

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A system-on-chip (SoC) photonic-electronic linear-algebra accelerator with the features of wavelength-division-multiplexing (WDM) based broadband photodetections and high-dimensional matrix-inversion operations fabricated in advanced monolithic silicon-photonics (M-SiPh) semiconductor process technology is proposed to achieve substantial leaps in computation density and energy efficiency, including realistic considerations of energy/area overhead due to electronic/photonic on-chip conversions, integrations, and calibrations through holistic co-design methodologies to support linear-detection based massive multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) decoding technology requiring the inversion of channel matrices and other emergent applications limited by linear-algebra computation capacities.
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Channel estimation,linear algebra,matrix-matrix addition,matrix-inversion,matrix-matrix multiplication,matrix-vector multiplication,microresonator,MIMO,monolithic integration,optical comb,silicon photonics,WDM
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