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14 March 2013Interferometric switching in CROW based reconfigurable optical device for routing application
Reconfigurable optical band interleavers based on interference in coupled racetracks are experimentally investigated.
The full reconfigurability, including a "splitter" state, is demonstrated by means of thermal tuning. A novel three
components interleaver design is presented.
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M. Mancinelli, P. Bettotti, J.-M. Fedeli, L. Pavesi, "Interferometric switching in CROW based reconfigurable optical device for routing application," Proc. SPIE 8629, Silicon Photonics VIII, 86290T (14 March 2013);