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Non-invasive integrated light probe

Grillanda, S. and Morichetti, F. and Carminati, M. and Ferrari, G. and Strain, M. J. and Sorel, M. and Sampietro, M. and Melloni, A. (2014) Non-invasive integrated light probe. In: CLEO 2014, OSA Technical Digest. Optical Society of America, Washington D.C.. ISBN 9781557529992

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Abstract

Non-perturbative on-chip light observation is achieved in silicon photonics waveguides by a novel integrated photonic probe. Light intensity monitoring is performed over 40 dB dynamic range, -30 dBm sensitivity, and microsecond scale time response.