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Breaking Reciprocity in Integrated Photonic Devices Through Dynamic Modulation

@inproceedings{Williamson2020BreakingRI,
  title={Breaking Reciprocity in Integrated Photonic Devices Through Dynamic Modulation},
  author={Ian A. D. Williamson and Momchil Minkov and Avik Dutt and Jiahui Wang and Alex Y Song and Shanhui Fan},
  year={2020}
}
  • Ian A. D. Williamson, Momchil Minkov, +3 authors Shanhui Fan
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • Nonreciprocal components, such as isolators and circulators, are crucial components for photonic systems. In this article we review theoretical and experimental progress towards developing nonreciprocal photonic devices based on dynamic modulation. Particularly, we focus on approaches that operate at optical wavelengths and device architectures that have the potential for chip-scale integration. We first discuss the requirements for constructing an isolator or circulator using dynamic… CONTINUE READING

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