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Abstract: A resonant guided wave network RGWN is an approach to optical materialsdesign in which power propagation in guided wave circuits enables materialdispersion. The RGWN design, which consists of power-splitting elementsarranged at the nodes of a waveguide network, results in wave dispersion whichdepends on network layout due to localized resonances at several length scalesin the network. These structures exhibit both localized resonances with Q ~ 80at 1550 nm wavelength as well as photonic bands and band-gaps in large periodicnetworks at infrared wavelengths.

Author: Eyal Feigenbaum, Harry A. Atwater


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