Non-Invasive On-Chip Light Observation by Contactless Waveguide Conductivity Monitoring

@article{Morichetti2014NonInvasiveOL,
  title={Non-Invasive On-Chip Light Observation by Contactless Waveguide Conductivity Monitoring},
  author={Francesco Morichetti and Stefano Grillanda and Marco Carminati and Giorgio Ferrari and Marco Sampietro and Michael J Strain and Marc Sorel and Andrea Melloni},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics},
  year={2014},
  volume={20},
  pages={292-301}
}
Photonic technologies lack non-invasive monitoring tools to inspect the light inside optical waveguides. This is one of the main barriers to large scale integration, even though photonic platforms are potentially ready to host thousands of elements on a single chip. Here, we demonstrate non-invasive light observation in silicon photonics devices by exploiting photon interaction with intra-gap energy states localized at the waveguide surface. Light intensity is monitored by measuring the… CONTINUE READING
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