Smart wavelength meter for integrated photonics

Meryem Benelajla, Caterina Taballione, Klaus J. Boller

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Thermally tunable SiN waveguide microring resonators in connection with neural
network readout algorithms appear promising for use as integrated optical wavelength meters. So far, we have observed long-term reliability and a temperature immunity of the readout across several degrees of ambient temperature change [1]. However, further exploration is required for a better
understanding of such immunity, and the free spectral range should be increased. With the goal to interpret future experimental data across a larger temperature range and a wider free spectral range we have modelled the influence of thermal offset heating and the transmission properties of coupled microring resonators.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 10 Oct 2017
Event41st Annual Meeting NNV AMO Lunteren 2017 - Lunteren, Netherlands
Duration: 10 Oct 201711 Oct 2017
Conference number: 41


Conference41st Annual Meeting NNV AMO Lunteren 2017
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