Nonlinear Resonators for All-Optical Signal Processing

Nonlinear Resonators for All-Optical Signal Processing
Ayan Maitra | 2009 | ISBN: 3866441509 | File type: PDF | 157 pages | 5 mb
All-optical signal processing will be used in future communication networks. We discuss a new and generic scheme for such devices. The basic configuration comprises an asymmetric resonator within an active or passive nonlinear medium. This arrangement enables all-optical flip-flop operation and switching with a reduced threshold. In addition, a novel optical isolator concept based on resonator asymmetries is is introduced. The model is also applicable to photonic crystal based resonators.


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