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Non-invasive monitoring of silicon microring resonators through contactless integrated photonics probes

Morichetti, F. and Grillanda, S. and Carminati, M. and Ferrari, G. and Strain, M. J. and Sorel, M. and Sampietro, M. and Melloni, A. (2014) Non-invasive monitoring of silicon microring resonators through contactless integrated photonics probes. In: 2014 IEEE Proceedings of the Optical Interconnects Conference, OI 2014. IEEE, pp. 9-10. ISBN 9781479924684

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Abstract

Non-invasive monitoring of silicon microring resonators is demonstrated through a novel contactless integrated photonic probe, which enables multi-point light observation on chip and proves its utility for the tuning and control of photonic integrated devices.