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Scattering of Spatial Optical Solitons by Subwavelength Air Holes

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2 Author(s)
Greene, J.H. ; Northwestern Univ., Evanston ; Taflove, Allen

Using the finite-difference time-domain method, we model the propagation of spatial optical solitons having two orthogonal electric field vector components, and the scattering of such solitons by compact subwavelength air holes (i.e., abrupt dielectric discontinuities in the direct paths of the solitons). Our propagation and scattering studies assume a realistic glass characterized by a three-pole Sellmeier linear dispersion, an instantaneous Kerr nonlinearity, and a dispersive Raman nonlinearity. An unexpected spatial soliton scattering phenomenon is observed: the coalescence of the scattered electromagnetic field into a propagating lower-energy spatial soliton at a point many tens of wavelengths beyond the scattering air hole. Overall, our computational technique is general, and should permit future investigations and design of devices exploiting spatial soliton interactions in background media having submicrometer air holes and dielectric and metal inclusions.

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Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, IEEE  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 11 )

Date of Publication:

Nov. 2007

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