1 July 2004 Dispersion resulting from wide passband shape in 50-GHz-spaced wavelength router
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Optical Engineering, 43(7), (2004). doi:10.1117/1.1759332
Abstract
We report dispersions resulting from a slot device (SD) in silica-based arrayed-waveguide grating (AWG). A SD is used to produce flattened passbands and we show the dependence on the bandwidth, the crosstalk, the ripple, and the chromatic dispersion (CD) of the passband in the presence of such a device. A comparison with other known techniques is also given. The device has been developed on a high index silica-based PLC platform but can be implemented on higher index contrast platforms.
J. Gamet, Gregory Pandraud, Adrian P. Vonsovici, "Dispersion resulting from wide passband shape in 50-GHz-spaced wavelength router," Optical Engineering 43(7), (1 July 2004). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1759332
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Dispersion

Waveguides

Silica

Multiplexers

Photonic integrated circuits

Brain-machine interfaces

Cladding

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