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Patrick Kurth, M.Sc.

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Phone: +49 30 314-25882
Room: EN418
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Teaching
Analog Integrated Circuits

Research Interests

  • Low-noise, high speed oscillators
  • high-precision time-to-digital converters (TDC)
  • All-digital phase-locked loops (ADPLL) for high frequencies (> 50 GHz)
  • Electronic Design Automation with a focus on layout generation

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Vita
Patrick Kurth (nee Schulz) received the B.Sc. and the M.Sc. of electrical engineering in 2015 and 2017, respectively, from the Technische Universität Berlin.
During his studies he worked for nine months at the Mikroelektronik Anwendungszentrum im Land Brandenburg (MAZBr) as circuit and layout designer. In his master thesis, he studied phase noise properties of different oscillator topologies and developed an low-noise oscillator based on active inductors.
He joined the chair of mixed-signal circuit design in november 2017.

Publications

Oxidation stress induced birefringence in vertical cavity surface emitting lasers
Citation key Ledentsov202047
Author N. Ledentsov and L. Chorchos and O. Makarov and J.-R. Kropp and V. Shchukin and V. P. Kalosha and U. Hecht and P. Kurth and F. Gerfers and J. P. Turkiewicz and N. N. Ledentsov
Title of Book Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers XXIV
Pages 107 – 114
Year 2020
DOI 10.1117/12.2542972
Volume 11300
Editor Luke A. Graham and Chun Lei
Publisher SPIE
Organization International Society for Optics and Photonics
Abstract We report high-frequency polarization self-modulation (PSM) in high speed vertical-cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs) connected to the stress-induced birefringence in oxide-confined aperture VCSELs. Polarization oscillations up to 45 GHz were captured. We analyze the far and the near field of the device and show how the fiber-coupling conditions induce optical feedback, affect emission properties of the device and influence the polarization switching phenomenon. In conditions where the PSM was suppressed, we demonstrate NRZ high-speed multi-mode fiber data transmission up to 90 Gbit/s.
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