Design of Asymmetric Parallel-Cascaded Micro-Ring Resonator Using Transfer Matrix and Signal Flow-Graph Methods

       Dadin Mahmudin, Pamungkas Daud, Yusuf Nur Wijayanto

Abstract


Asymmetric parallel-cascaded micro-ring resonator (APCMR) is proposed. The proposed device is composed of two or more micro-ring-resonators with different diameter. The proposed device is designed using transfer matrix combined with signal flow graph methods. The designed device with crosstalk less than and equal -10 dB can be obtained by setting coupling coefficient. The proposed device can be used for optical filters and sensors.

  http://dx.doi.org/10.14203/jet.v13.28-32

Keywords


asymmetric parallel-cascaded micro-ring- resonator (APCMR); optical filter; transfer matrix; signal flow-graph

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