All-Optical Switching In Microring Resonators Using Active Optical Materials

Ronald Dekker, Kerstin Wörhoff, Alfred Driessen

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    First, the demand for high‐speed active microring resonators in next generation optical networks will be explained, followed by a brief description of our preliminary results on rare earth doped nanoparticle dispersed polymers. Based on these results we propose some possible all‐optical switching schemes that we will investigate using microring resonators that are made of this type of optically non‐linear material.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationMicroresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics
    Subtitle of host publicationInternational School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course
    EditorsFrancesco Michelotti, Alfred Driessen, Mario Bertolotti
    Place of PublicationMelville, NY, USA
    PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
    Pages419-420
    Number of pages3
    ISBN (Print)0-7354-0184-5
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 18 Oct 2004

    Publication series

    NameAIP Conference Proceedings
    PublisherAIP
    Volume709
    ISSN (Print)0094-243X

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    Dekker, R., Wörhoff, K., & Driessen, A. (2004). All-Optical Switching In Microring Resonators Using Active Optical Materials. In F. Michelotti, A. Driessen, & M. Bertolotti (Eds.), Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics: International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course (pp. 419-420). (AIP Conference Proceedings; Vol. 709). Melville, NY, USA: American Institute of Physics. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1764037
    Dekker, Ronald ; Wörhoff, Kerstin ; Driessen, Alfred. / All-Optical Switching In Microring Resonators Using Active Optical Materials. Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics: International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course. editor / Francesco Michelotti ; Alfred Driessen ; Mario Bertolotti. Melville, NY, USA : American Institute of Physics, 2004. pp. 419-420 (AIP Conference Proceedings).
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    Dekker, R, Wörhoff, K & Driessen, A 2004, All-Optical Switching In Microring Resonators Using Active Optical Materials. in F Michelotti, A Driessen & M Bertolotti (eds), Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics: International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course. AIP Conference Proceedings, vol. 709, American Institute of Physics, Melville, NY, USA, pp. 419-420. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1764037

    All-Optical Switching In Microring Resonators Using Active Optical Materials. / Dekker, Ronald; Wörhoff, Kerstin; Driessen, Alfred.

    Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics: International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course. ed. / Francesco Michelotti; Alfred Driessen; Mario Bertolotti. Melville, NY, USA : American Institute of Physics, 2004. p. 419-420 (AIP Conference Proceedings; Vol. 709).

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    Dekker R, Wörhoff K, Driessen A. All-Optical Switching In Microring Resonators Using Active Optical Materials. In Michelotti F, Driessen A, Bertolotti M, editors, Microresonators As Building Blocks For VLSI Photonics: International School of Quantum Electronics, 39th Course. Melville, NY, USA: American Institute of Physics. 2004. p. 419-420. (AIP Conference Proceedings). https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1764037