Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures

Richard De La Rue, Marc Sorel, Nigel Johnson, Faiz Rahman, Charles Ironside, Lee Cronin, Ian Watson, Robert Martin, Chongjun Jin, Pierre Pottier, Harold Chong, Marco Gnan, Aju Jugessur, Edilson Camargo, Grant Erwin, Md Zain Ahmad Rifqi, Iraklis Ntakis, Lois Hobbs, Hua Zhang, Mario ArmeniseCaterina Ciminelli, Dominique Coquillat

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Abstract

Photonic devices that exploit photonic crystal (PhC) principles in a planar environment continue to provide a fertile field of research. 2D PhC based channel waveguides can provide both strong confinement and controlled dispersion behaviour. In conjunction with, for instance, various electro-optic, thermo-optic and other effects, a range of device functionality is accessible in very compact PhC channel-guide devices that offer the potential for high-density integration. Low enough propagation losses are now being obtained with photonic crystal channel-guide structures that their use in real applications has become plausible. Photonic wires (PhWs) can also provide strong confinement and low propagation losses. Bragg-gratings imposed on photonic wires can provide dispersion and frequency selection in device structures that are intrinsically simpler than 2D PhC channel guides - and can compete with them under realistic conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Article number595004
Pages (from-to)1-12
Number of pages12
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume5950
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes

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Optics and Photonics
Photonic crystals
Photonics
wire
Wire
photonics
crystal
Equipment and Supplies
crystals
Photonic devices
Bragg gratings
Electrooptical effects
Optics
Waveguides
propagation
electro-optics
optics
waveguides

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  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Condensed Matter Physics

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De La Rue, R., Sorel, M., Johnson, N., Rahman, F., Ironside, C., Cronin, L., ... Coquillat, D. (2005). Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures. Unknown Journal, 5950, 1-12. [595004]. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.620658

Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures. / De La Rue, Richard; Sorel, Marc; Johnson, Nigel; Rahman, Faiz; Ironside, Charles; Cronin, Lee; Watson, Ian; Martin, Robert; Jin, Chongjun; Pottier, Pierre; Chong, Harold; Gnan, Marco; Jugessur, Aju; Camargo, Edilson; Erwin, Grant; Ahmad Rifqi, Md Zain; Ntakis, Iraklis; Hobbs, Lois; Zhang, Hua; Armenise, Mario; Ciminelli, Caterina; Coquillat, Dominique.

In: Unknown Journal, Vol. 5950, 595004, 2005, p. 1-12.

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De La Rue, R, Sorel, M, Johnson, N, Rahman, F, Ironside, C, Cronin, L, Watson, I, Martin, R, Jin, C, Pottier, P, Chong, H, Gnan, M, Jugessur, A, Camargo, E, Erwin, G, Ahmad Rifqi, MZ, Ntakis, I, Hobbs, L, Zhang, H, Armenise, M, Ciminelli, C & Coquillat, D 2005, 'Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures', Unknown Journal, vol. 5950, 595004, pp. 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.620658
De La Rue R, Sorel M, Johnson N, Rahman F, Ironside C, Cronin L et al. Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures. Unknown Journal. 2005;5950:1-12. 595004. https://doi.org/10.1117/12.620658
De La Rue, Richard ; Sorel, Marc ; Johnson, Nigel ; Rahman, Faiz ; Ironside, Charles ; Cronin, Lee ; Watson, Ian ; Martin, Robert ; Jin, Chongjun ; Pottier, Pierre ; Chong, Harold ; Gnan, Marco ; Jugessur, Aju ; Camargo, Edilson ; Erwin, Grant ; Ahmad Rifqi, Md Zain ; Ntakis, Iraklis ; Hobbs, Lois ; Zhang, Hua ; Armenise, Mario ; Ciminelli, Caterina ; Coquillat, Dominique. / Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures. In: Unknown Journal. 2005 ; Vol. 5950. pp. 1-12.
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