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Near-field tuning of optomechanical coupling in a split-beam nanocavity

@article{Hryciw2014NearfieldTO,
  title={Near-field tuning of optomechanical coupling in a split-beam nanocavity},
  author={Aaron C Hryciw and Marcelo Wu and Behzad Khanaliloo and Paul E. Barclay},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2014}
}
Tunable evanescent coupling is used to modify the optomechanical interactions within a split-beam photonic crystal nanocavity. An optical fiber taper probe is used to renormalize the optical nanocavity field and introduce a dissipative optomechanical coupling channel, reconfiguring and enhancing coupling between the optical and mechanical resonances of the device. Positioning of the fiber taper allows preferential coupling to specific mechanical modes and provides a mechanism for tuning the… Expand

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