Microring resonators on side-polished optical fiber

  • Sherwood T
  • Young A
  • Takayesu J
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Abstract

A novel fiber optical device based on microring resonators fabricated on side-polished fiber is proposed. The compact size and light weight device structure can be useful for various fiber-optic sensors, fixed and tunable wavelength filters, and intensity modulators. Since the device is directly fabricated on the optical fiber, many issues associated with fiber-to-chip coupling and attachment can be avoided. A preliminary experiment using polymer microring resonators made by two-photon polymerization has proved this new device concept.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Microresonators
  • Microsensors
  • Optical fiber devices
  • Optical fiber filters
  • Optical fiber transducers

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