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Repeated passing principle for propagation in optical resonators

Repeated passing principle for propagation in optical resonators
Repeated passing principle for propagation in optical resonators
In this paper we make comparison between a well-known theoretical model of light propagation through racetrack resonator and experimentally obtained results. Observed differences are studied and some original modifications are made in the existing model so as to achieve better alignment with experiment. The influence of several geometric parameters on racetrack’s response is used for further adjustments to be performed. This procedure opens up the possibility to estimate the free spectral range and resonant wavelength for different geometric parameters and consequently to predict resonator functionality and working conditions, as well as functionality of complex photonic devices based on resonant structures.
1050-2947
254-259
Keča, Tatjana P.
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Headley, William R.
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Mashanovich, Goran Z.
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Matavulj, Petar S.
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Keča, Tatjana P.
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Headley, William R.
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Keča, Tatjana P., Headley, William R., Mashanovich, Goran Z. and Matavulj, Petar S. (2016) Repeated passing principle for propagation in optical resonators. Physical Review A, 23 (2), 254-259. (doi:10.1007/s10043-016-0195-9).

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In this paper we make comparison between a well-known theoretical model of light propagation through racetrack resonator and experimentally obtained results. Observed differences are studied and some original modifications are made in the existing model so as to achieve better alignment with experiment. The influence of several geometric parameters on racetrack’s response is used for further adjustments to be performed. This procedure opens up the possibility to estimate the free spectral range and resonant wavelength for different geometric parameters and consequently to predict resonator functionality and working conditions, as well as functionality of complex photonic devices based on resonant structures.

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Accepted/In Press date: 3 February 2016
e-pub ahead of print date: 13 February 2016
Published date: 2016

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Local EPrints ID: 441714
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/441714
ISSN: 1050-2947
PURE UUID: 8f363d50-8a80-4f7e-a9e8-2bfdb4e21136

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Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 01:50

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Author: Tatjana P. Keča
Author: William R. Headley
Author: Petar S. Matavulj

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