Vernier Effect for Optical Microring Resonator

by Bahadoran, Mahdi
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Bahadoran, Mahdi Vernier Effect for Optical Microring Resonator
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Using Vernier effect for photonics circuits including micro ring resonators can increase the free spectral range (FSR) which contributes to embed large channel count in DWDM system and increase the capacity of optical system. In this book, the Vernier effect in the Z domain with signal flow graph method and Mason's rule is used to derive the optical transfer functions (OTF) for Vernier type multiple stages vertically coupled micro ring resonators (MSRR) and modified add-drop resonator (PANDA Vernier resonator). Moreover, a novel and feasible technique is introduced for faster determination of OTF in MSRR. The PANDA Vernier resonator is proposed as multifunctional optical device to achieve a wider FSR without increasing bending losses, an optical tools for ultra fast optical switching and a device for optical sensing applications.


Bahadoran, Mahdi
Ali, Jalil
Yupapin, Preecha

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Biography Artist:
He received his Ph.D. in physics-photonics from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) in 2013. At present, he is a postdoctoral fellow at Institute of Advanced Photonics Science-UTM. His areas of interests are in Vernier effect, optical sensor, optical switching, slow and fast light, photonics transistors and biophotonics.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Product Type:
Paperback book
Release date:
29 December 2013
Package Dimensions:
0.229 x 0.152 x 0.01 m; 0.272 kg
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