1 November 2011 Power splitter based on photonic crystal waveguides with an air holes array
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Abstract
We propose a new type of 3 dB optical power splitter by splitting reflected field in photonic bandgaps (PBGs) based on photonic crystal waveguides (PCWs) with a triangular lattice of air holes. By employing PBGs effect, the propagation fields with frequencies under the cutoff frequency of guided modes in a modulated PCW (MPCW) are reflected back and output from two symmetrically placed waveguides. As a consecutive section of input PCW, the MPCW is realized by varying the size of the border holes adjacent to the PCW core. A nearly full transmission with a wide bandwidth is achieved only by introducing a defect hole in the MPCW. It provides a new method and a compact model to split input power in PCW devices and can find practical applications in future photonic integrated circuits.
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Tianbao Yu, Tianbao Yu, Lingjuan He, Lingjuan He, Xinhua Deng, Xinhua Deng, Liguang Fang, Liguang Fang, Nianhua Liu, Nianhua Liu, } "Power splitter based on photonic crystal waveguides with an air holes array," Optical Engineering 50(11), 114601 (1 November 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3646102 . Submission:
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