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Two Mode Interference Wavelength Demultiplexer Monolithically Integrated On InP, FOR 1.5 OR 1.3 gm Operation
Author(s): C. De Bernardi; S. Morasca; C. Ri go; B. Sordo; A. Stano; I. R. Croston; T. P. Young
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Paper Abstract

Wavelength demultiplexers, based on the two-mode interference principle, are demonstrated for the first time in the InGaAlAs/InP material system. In this paper theoretical modelling, device fabrication and experimental results are discussed. Wavelength separations between 35 and 100 nm have been achieved in the spectral range of 1.3-1.6 μm with channel isolation as high as 17 dB for unpolarized light.

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Date Published: 6 December 1989
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 1141, 5th European Conf on Integrated Optics: ECIO '89, (6 December 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.961920
Show Author Affiliations
C. De Bernardi, CSELT (Italy)
S. Morasca, CSELT (Italy)
C. Ri go, CSELT (Italy)
B. Sordo, CSELT (Italy)
A. Stano, CSELT (Italy)
I. R. Croston, GEC (United Kingdom)
T. P. Young, GEC (United Kingdom)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1141:
5th European Conf on Integrated Optics: ECIO '89
Alain Carenco; Daniel B. Ostrowsky; Michel Roger Papuchon, Editor(s)

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