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Field Analysis of Integrated-Optical Gratings

Peter-Paul Borsboom

Field Analysis of Integrated-Optical Gratings

by Peter-Paul Borsboom

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Published by Delft Univ Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Optics,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12803386M
    ISBN 109040710252
    ISBN 109789040710254

    The book is supplemented by an extensive survey of published papers, books and conference reports. As an added benefit, the book is structured in such a way as to provide useful and in-depth training and skills development to graduate/undergraduate students, specialised engineers, and academic/industrial experts. (source: Nielsen Book Data).   Integrated optical sensors for the chemical domain. Paul V Lambeck. devices for optical telecommunication and initially strongly inspired by the success of optical fibre sensors the field of integrated optical (IO) sensors has now reached a state of maturity showing its own characteristics. transport of the samples from the field to a Cited by:

    @article{osti_, title = {Gratings and their quasistatic equivalents for high optical absorptance}, author = {McPhedran, R C and Chen, P Y and Bonod, N and Popov, E}, abstractNote = {We consider thin lamellar and cylinder gratings, composed of silicon carbide and air, and investigate the conditions under which they can totally absorb an incident plane wave, for both p and s polarizations. Photolithography is the single most significant application of optics in industrial manufacturing. Submicron resolution, narrow-field-of-view photolithography is essential for the mass production of semiconductor integrated circuits, a major component of the U.S. and world economies.

      Processing of materials by ultrashort laser pulses has evolved significantly over the last decade and is starting to reveal its scientific, technological and industrial potential. In ultrafast Cited by: In this paper, the first successful demonstration of a short period tilted Bragg grating in integrated optical fiber is reported through the observation of resonance features in the reflection spectrum from a Author: Alex Jantzen, Christopher Holmes, Stephen G. Lynch, Matthew T. Posner, Rex Bannerman, Peter G.R. Smi.


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Field Analysis of Integrated-Optical Gratings by Peter-Paul Borsboom Download PDF EPUB FB2

A method to determine the field scattered by a two-dimensional rectangular grating of finite length is developed. Both periodic or aperiodic and lossy or lossless structures can be treated.

The grating is built up as a finite sequence of two alternating types of waveguide sections connected by means of step discontinuities. The mode-matching method is employed to determine the field scattered Cited by: Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: P.P.

(author) Borsboom. Recently [Opt. Lett, ()], two of the present authors proposed extending the domain of applicability of grating theories to aperiodic structures, especially the diffraction structures that are encountered in integrated optics. This extension was achieved by introduction of virtual periodicity and incorporation of artificial absorbers at the boundaries of the elementary cells of.

Field Analysis of Integrated-Optical Gratings book lenses for integrated optical circuits: design and analysis Designing digital circuits has a high priority in research field in the present time; it shall also still the main concern.

[3] Wolffenbuttel R.F. “State of art in integrated optical microspectrometers”, IEEE Transactions on Inst rumentation and Measurement”, 53,().

Proc. of SPIE Vol. O Waveguide diffraction gratings in integrated optics L.A. Weller-Brophy, D.G. Hall (in Integrated Optical Circuit Engineering II ) Analysis of waveguide gratings: a comparison of the results of Rouard's method and coupled-mode theory L.A.

Weller-Brophy, D.G. Hall (Journal of the Optical Society of America A ). A fibre Bragg grating (FBG) is a type of distributed Bragg reflector constructed in a short segment of optical fibre that reflects particular wavelengths of light and transmits all the others.

As such, FBGs can be used as inline optical filters to block certain wavelengths, or as wavelength-specific reflectors. Applications include optical fibre communications, sensors and fibre : Brahim Aissa, Emile I. Haddad, Roman V. Kruzelecky, Wes R. Jamroz. The property that distinguishes LiNbO 3 integrated optics from passive guided-wave optics (e.g., ion-exchanged waveguides in glass) is the ability to change the material’s refractive index by way of an electric field.

The electric field is usually produced by applying a voltage to an electrode pair patterned on the substrate surface above a.

Integrated optical filters; Integrated optical gratings; Integrated optical sensors; Photonic integration. Ultra-low-loss platforms; Silicon photonics; Indium phosphide platforms; Next generation photonics. Nanophotonics; Photonic molecules.

Non-magnetic isolator PICs; Quantum Integrated Photonics (QIP) Topological photonics and chirality. Introduction to Optical Waveguides. wavelength and initial field distribution, material data, and electrooptic driving conditions.

These parameters must be optimized before fabricating a device. With large-scale optoelectronic circuits, accurate modeling is predominant because of the numerous resources required to fabricate a chip. Despite the fact that the theoretical foundations of the sensitivity of waveguide grating based (bio)sensors are well-known, understood and their implications anticipated by the scientific community since several decades, to our knowledge, no prior publication has experimentally confirmed waveguide sensitivity for multiple film thicknesses, wavelengths and polarization of the propagating by: 7.

51 Deposited silica waveguide for integrated optical circuits Tatsuo Izawa, Hidefumi Mori, Yasuji Murakami, Nobuo Shimizu (Applied Physics Letters ) 54 Fabrication of SiO2-TiO2 glass planar optical waveguides by flame hydrolysis deposition M.

Kawachi, M. Diffraction Gratings for a Compact Integrated Optical Micro-Spectrometer. In this chapter, we describe the integration of fibre-optic signal distribution with fibre Bragg gratings (FBG) and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) actuators to facilitate various miniature tunable fibre-optic devices for applications ranging from fibre lasers, to variable time delay lines for optical signal processing, to the sensing of various physical parameters such as temperature Author: Brahim Aissa, Emile I.

Haddad, Roman V. Kruzelecky, Wes R. Jamroz. Abstract. Integrated optical (IO) microsystems for interferometric analysis can be used in sensing applications playing quite different roles; in particular they can operate by detecting the transmission changes induced by some chemical or biological adsorbate coming in contact with the optical chip in a region close to an integrated waveguide and interacting with the evanescent field Author: Gian Giuseppe Bentini, Marco Chiarini.

@article{osti_, title = {Interpretation of dark-field contrast and particle-size selectivity in grating interferometers}, author = {Lynch, Susanna K and Pai, Vinay and Auxier, Julie and Stein, Ashley F and Bennett, Eric E and Kemble, Camille K and Xianghui, Xiao and Lee, Wah-Keat and Morgan, Nicole Y and Wen, Han Harald}, abstractNote = {In grating-based x-ray phase sensitive imaging.

The use of gratings fabricated by scanning electron microscope exposure of electron resist for applications in integrated optical devices is reported.

These gratings have been successfully used to couple light into and out of thin‐film optical waveguides and as masks for ion milling gratings into bulk GaAs.

This suggests the possibility of using electronically controlled scanning electron Cited by:   Diffraction gratings used in various applications for compact optical devices. We used different technologies for this task: deep-UV lithography, FIB milling, e-beam lithography, and hot embossing/nanoimprinting technology.

We analyzed advantages and disadvantages of Cited by: 1. Grating structures for integrated optics are reviewed. Main areas of application are outlined, and special concern is devoted to coupling, focusing and filtering by: 1.

G.G. Shepherd, in Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences (Second Edition), The Diffraction Grating Spectrograph. The diffraction grating spectrometer, as described by Jacquinot, has a superiority S = β tan i, where β is the angular length of the slit and i is the angle of incidence onto the grating (for simplicity a Littrow arrangement is used where the angles of incidence and.

Abstract. Gratings form efficient integrated optical devices for coupling into and out of a waveguide. Grating couplers have been proposed as chemical sensors adsorption and desorption of chemical vapors on lightguide surfaces alters the evanescent field of the guide and changes ist coupling efficiencies low refractive index material like Si O2 on MgF2 the adsorption or Author: El Mehdi El Joudi, Hilmar Franke.Existing review papers discuss the broad range of optical sensing technologies and the motivations for using an integrated optical format in terms of compatibility with microfluidics.

In this paper we concentrate on a review of results on planar Bragg grating sensors which are a recent addition to the field and offer attractive by: The design, modeling, and analysis of a silicon-on-insulator (SOI) grating coupler integrated with a microfluidic channel for lab-on-a-chip applications are presented.

The grating coupler was designed to operate at nm. The simulated SOI structure consisted of a nm top-Si device layer with an integrated waveguide, grating coupler, and a buried oxide layer of 2 µ by: 1.