08/03/2023 – A silicon photonic based transmitter and receiver chipset for 4×106Gb/s 400 GBASE-DR4 data rates is presented. Each channel of the transmitter chip reaches high extinction ratio and optical modulation amplitude (OMA) with a low TDECQ penalty in full compliance with the IEEE standard.
06/15/2023 – The development of an ultra-compact, short-wave infrared spectrophotometer small enough to fit in a wrist-based wearable device produces the capability for non-invasive and real-time measurement of various physiologic biochemistries that cannot be interrogated with the same accuracy when using light emitting diodes (LEDs) and common photoplethysmography (PPG) applications.
03/05/2023 – The Rockley silicon photonics platform has unique advantages perfectly suited to addressing the needs of wearable health sensors. An overview of the platform is presented including its application to non-invasive continuous monitoring of body temperature.
12/13/2022 – One technology that has tremendous potential to both broaden and improve access to preventive healthcare is wearable biosensing — more specifically, the continuous, non-invasive monitoring of multiple biomarkers from a smartwatch or wristband.
11/01/2022 – For most adults, the first sign of dehydration is feeling thirsty. However, as we age, our thirst sensation naturally weakens, which means older people may not know that they need more fluids until they’re typically underhydrated, putting them at a higher risk of clinical dehydration…
07/12/2022 – Phoenix can get hot. Very hot. With the rapid expansion of the city, the valley in which it rests has been slowly transforming into an urban heat sink. As a Phoenix resident, I’m well acquainted with the threat to human health that extreme heat may present…