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27 February 2015 Novel distributed feedback lightwave circuit elements
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The devices that are variations of inter-and intracoupled meandering optical waveguides are proposed as the lightwave circuit elements that exhibit distributed feedback. A preliminary transfer matrix method analysis is applied in frequency domain, taking the coupling purely directional and with constant coefficient on geometrically symmetric and anti-symmetric devices. The meandering loop mirror is the building block of all meandering waveguide based lightwave circuit elements. The simplest uncoupled meandering distributed feedback structure exhibits Rabi splitting in the transmittance spectrum. The symmetric and antisymmetric coupled meandering distributed feedback geometries can be utilized as band-pass, Fano, or Lorentzian filters or Rabi splitters. Meandering waveguide distributed feedback structures with a variety of spectral responses can be designed for a variety of lightwave circuit element functions and can be implemented with generality due to the analytic approach taken.
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Ceren B. Dağ, Mehmet A. Anil, and Ali Serpengüzel "Novel distributed feedback lightwave circuit elements", Proc. SPIE 9366, Smart Photonic and Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits XVII, 93660A (27 February 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2084759
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