Photonic crystal nanobeam cavities with optical resonances around 800  nm

@article{Saber2019PhotonicCN,
  title={Photonic crystal nanobeam cavities with optical resonances around 800  nm},
  author={I. Saber and Rajiv Boddeda and Fabrice Raineri and Dorian Sanchez and Gregoire Beaudoin and I. Sagnes and Quentin Glorieux and Alberto Bramati and Juan Ariel Levenson and Kamel Bencheikh},
  journal={Journal of the Optical Society of America B},
  year={2019}
}
We report on the design and the fabrication of 1D photonic crystal nanobeam cavities with optical resonances around 800 nm, compatible with rubidium, cesium, or argon atomic transitions. The cavities are made of indium gallium phosphide material, a III-V semi-conductor compound which has a large index of refraction (n≃3.3) favoring strong optical confinement and small mode volumes. Nanobeam cavities with inline and side coupling have been designed and fabricated, and quality factors up to 2×104… 

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