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Analysis of compact Silicon Photonic Hybrid Ring External Cavity (SHREC) wavelength-tunable laser diodes operating from 1881-1947 nm

Analysis of compact Silicon Photonic Hybrid Ring External Cavity (SHREC) wavelength-tunable laser diodes operating from 1881-1947 nm
Analysis of compact Silicon Photonic Hybrid Ring External Cavity (SHREC) wavelength-tunable laser diodes operating from 1881-1947 nm
The “2 μm waveband”, specifically the 1.9 μm wavelength region, is playing an increasingly imperative role in photonics. Development into compact tunable light sources operating at the wavelength region can unlock numerous technological applications. Instances, while not exhaustive, include alleviating the capacity load in fiber communications, H2O spectroscopy, optical logic, signal processing as well as enabling the optical Kerr effect on silicon. Silicon photonics is a disruptive technology. Through mature silicon processing, recent developments suggest that silicon will emerge as the workhorse of integrated optics. While the realization of a monolithic light source has proved to be challenging, the hybrid/heterogenous Si platforms, consisting of silicon and III-V materials, has stepped to the fore. In this work, we present the study of Vernier-based hybrid silicon photonic wavelength-tunable lasers with an operating range of 1881-1947 nm (66 nm), subject to different coupling gaps ...&more
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Sia, Jia Xu Brian, Wang, Wangjun, Qiao, Zhongliang, Li, Xiang, Guo, Tina Xin, Zhou, Jin, Littlejohns, Callum, Liu, Chongyang, Reed, Graham and Wang, Hong (2020) Analysis of compact Silicon Photonic Hybrid Ring External Cavity (SHREC) wavelength-tunable laser diodes operating from 1881-1947 nm. IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 55 (8), [2001311]. (doi:10.1109/JQE.2020.3029964).

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Abstract

The “2 μm waveband”, specifically the 1.9 μm wavelength region, is playing an increasingly imperative role in photonics. Development into compact tunable light sources operating at the wavelength region can unlock numerous technological applications. Instances, while not exhaustive, include alleviating the capacity load in fiber communications, H2O spectroscopy, optical logic, signal processing as well as enabling the optical Kerr effect on silicon. Silicon photonics is a disruptive technology. Through mature silicon processing, recent developments suggest that silicon will emerge as the workhorse of integrated optics. While the realization of a monolithic light source has proved to be challenging, the hybrid/heterogenous Si platforms, consisting of silicon and III-V materials, has stepped to the fore. In this work, we present the study of Vernier-based hybrid silicon photonic wavelength-tunable lasers with an operating range of 1881-1947 nm (66 nm), subject to different coupling gaps ...&more

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Accepted/In Press date: 28 September 2020
Published date: 12 October 2020

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Local EPrints ID: 449578
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/449578
ISSN: 0018-9197
PURE UUID: e6d5a93c-40ec-49a1-a81e-52e2309438ca

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Date deposited: 08 Jun 2021 16:31
Last modified: 08 Jun 2021 16:31

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Author: Jia Xu Brian Sia
Author: Wangjun Wang
Author: Zhongliang Qiao
Author: Xiang Li
Author: Tina Xin Guo
Author: Jin Zhou
Author: Chongyang Liu
Author: Graham Reed
Author: Hong Wang

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