Microspiral Resonators for Integrated Photonics

Valerio Annovazzi-Lodi, Apostolos Argyris, Mauro Benedetti, Michael Hamacher, Sabina Merlo and Dimitris Syvridis

Microspiral resonators allow for unidirectional lasing and the direct coupling of light to the device’s microcavity—two characteristics that aren’t possible with conventional microresonators.


figureAll-optical integrated module for chaos transmission at the Heinrich Hertz Institute.

Telecommunications is changing the way we study, work, do business and spend our free time. By exploiting optical fiber as a transmission medium, communications systems work faster and more efficiently than ever before, providing a capacity as large as several hundreds of Gb/s by multiplexing many high-speed channels on the same fiber.

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