1 November 2010 Silicon nanophotonic devices based on resonance enhancement
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Abstract
In recent years, silicon nanophotonic devices have attracted more and more attention due to their compactness, low power consumption, and easy integration with other functions. In addition to the higher index of silicon material providing stronger light confinement, the optical resonance associated with the novel structure design also enhances the performance of nanophotonic devices and offers stronger light-matter interaction. Silicon nanophotonic devices such as polarization beamsplitters, mirrors and reflectors, slow light waveguides, and microring sensors are studied, and all of them demonstrate much better performances due to the incorporated optical resonance enhancement.
Zhiping Zhou, Zhiping Zhou, Huaming Wu, Huaming Wu, Junbo Feng, Junbo Feng, Jin Hou, Jin Hou, Huaxiang Yi, Huaxiang Yi, Xingjun Wang, Xingjun Wang, } "Silicon nanophotonic devices based on resonance enhancement," Journal of Nanophotonics 4(1), 041001 (1 November 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3527260 . Submission:
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