Experimental study of integrated-optics microcavity resonators: Toward an all-optical switching

Blom, F.C.; van Dijk, D.R.
August 1997
Applied Physics Letters;8/11/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p747
Academic Journal
Proposes an integrated all-optical switch based on a high quality factor nonlinear cylindrical microcavity resonator. Ability of the switch to allow coupling light in and out to a microresonator; Transmission of an integrated optical waveguide; Relationship of the optical waveguides to the resonances of the cylindrical microcavity.


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