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Wavelength filtering using MEMS actuated coupling from optical fibres to spherical resonators

Blue, Robert and Li, Li and Flockhart, Gordon and Uttamchandani, Deepak (2011) Wavelength filtering using MEMS actuated coupling from optical fibres to spherical resonators. In: OMN2011. IEEE, New York, pp. 81-82. ISBN 9781457703362

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Abstract

A MEMS electrothermally actuated platform is described to allow tunable coupling between optical spherical resonators and optical waveguides. The platform is experimentally characterised and selective wavelength dropping from an optical fibre waveguide is demonstrated.