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Ultra-compact devices in photonic crystals: optical behaviour and semi-analytic models

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An efficient and powerful method recently developed for calculating the transmission properties of photonic crystal waveguides to design an ultra-compact optical device that combines mode coupling in parallel waveguides and Fabry-Perot effects to reduce the coupling length and create a sharp spectral response. The general approach for joining multiple PC waveguide structures can be applied to study many different optical devices and coupling problems.

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Holey Fibers and Photonic Crystals/Polarization Mode Dispersion/Photonics Time/Frequency Measurement and Control, 2003 Digest of the LEOS Summer Topical Meetings

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14-16 July 2003