Understanding the rich physics of light propagation in slow photonic crystal waveguides
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We study propagation losses in slow light photonic crystal waveguides and show that dispersion engineering can reduce the loss. We develop an improved understanding of why and how this occurs and develop an new approach to modeling these devices that provides new design insights.
Krauss , T F , O'Faolain , L , Schulz , S , Beggs , D M , Morichetti , F , Canciamilla , A , Torregiani , M , Melloni , A , Mazoyer , S , Lalanne , P , Samarelli , A , Sorel , M & De La Rue , R 2010 , Understanding the rich physics of light propagation in slow photonic crystal waveguides . in S M Shahriar & P R Hemmer (eds) , Advances in Slow and Fast Light III : 25-26 January 2010, San Francisco, California, USA . vol. 7612 , Proceedings of SPIE-The International Society for Optical Engineering , vol. 7612 , SPIE , pp. 76120L . DOI: 10.1117/12.848655
Advances in Slow and Fast Light III
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