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Compact multi-wavelength filters in SOI using superimposed sidewall Bragg gratings

Strain, Michael J. and Thoms, Stephen and MacIntyre, Douglas S. and Sorel, Marc (2014) Compact multi-wavelength filters in SOI using superimposed sidewall Bragg gratings. In: IEEE 11th International Conference on Group IV Photonics (GFP). IEEE, Piscataway, New Jersey, United States, pp. 71-72. ISBN 9781479922833

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Abstract

A compact silicon photonics multi-wavelength filter is demonstrated using superimposed sidewall Bragg gratings. We show arbitrary wavelength spacing with 8 superimposed gratings on a total footprint that is equivalent to a single Bragg grating device.