Intracavity field dynamics near avoided mode crossing in a concentric silicon-nitride ring resonator

  title={Intracavity field dynamics near avoided mode crossing in a concentric silicon-nitride ring resonator},
  author={Maitrayee Saha and Samudra Roy and Shailendra Kumar Varshney},
  journal={Physical Review A},
Understanding the intra-cavity field dynamics in passive microresonator systems has already been intriguing. It becomes fascinating when the system is complex, such as a concentric dual microring resonator that exhibit avoided mode crossing (AMC). In this work, we present a systematic study of intra-cavity oscillatory field dynamics near AMC in a concentric silicon nitride microring resonator with the help of the coupled Lugiato-Lefever equation (LLE). We identify two regions viz. weakly… 

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