Monday April 6, 2020

Tyndall to lead €5.2m European research project

A Cork-based institute has been appointed to lead a €5.2 million photonics project to develop bandwidth-boosting circuitry with a consortium of European researchers.

8th March, 2015
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Dr Kafil M Razeeb and Dr Cian O'Murchu of Tyndall National Institute emulating the impact of increased internet traffic on a transmitter

Participants in the Tyndall-led Thermally Integrated Smart Photonics Systems (TIPS) project will research high-bandwidth circuits designed to make photonic devices up to five times more efficient.

Tyndall’s TIPS researcher Kafil M Razeeb said such “thermally intelligent” circuitry could result in faster data transmission at a lower cost.

The project is in response to the bandwidth demands created by increasing data usage.

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