1 March 2011 Tunable optical bandpass filter with multiple flat-top bands in nanostructured resonators
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Abstract
Based on second-order nonlinearity, we present a tunable optical bandpass filter at c-band by introducing a back quasiphase-matching technique with a nanostructured named multiple resonator waveguide. Two injecting forward lights and one backward propagating light interact with difference frequency generation. At that juncture, the transmission of the forward signal can be modulated via changing the forward control power. As a result, a tunable optical bandpass filter with multiple flat-top transmit bands of the forward signal can be formed in the waveguide.
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Jun Xie, Jun Xie, Yuping Chen, Yuping Chen, Wenjie Lu, Wenjie Lu, Xianfeng Chen, Xianfeng Chen, } "Tunable optical bandpass filter with multiple flat-top bands in nanostructured resonators," Optical Engineering 50(3), 034005 (1 March 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3552697 . Submission:
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