1 July 2010 Multitweezers generation control within a nanoring resonator system
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We propose a novel system of dynamic potential well generation and control using light pulse control within an add/drop optical filter. The multiplexing signals of the dark solition with bright/Gaussian pulses are controlled, tuned, and amplified within the system. The optical storage rings are embedded within the add/drop optical filter system, whereas the generated optical signals can be stored and amplified within the design system. In application, the storage signals can be configured to be an optical trapping tool, which is known as an optical tweezer, where the high field peak or well can be formed. The advantages are that the dynamic well can be stored and the array of wells can be generated for multiple wells applications. The different in time of the first two dynamic wells of 1 ns is noted.
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Metha Tasakorn, Metha Tasakorn, Chat Teeka, Chat Teeka, Rangsan Jomtarak, Rangsan Jomtarak, Preecha P. Yupapin, Preecha P. Yupapin, } "Multitweezers generation control within a nanoring resonator system," Optical Engineering 49(7), 075002 (1 July 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3463015 . Submission:
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