Practical and prospective slow light Surface Nanoscale Axial Photonics (SNAP) devices

M. Sumetsky*

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Abstract

Miniature slow light Surface Nanoscale Axial Photonics (SNAP) devices are reviewed. The fabrication precision of these devices is two orders of magnitude higher and the transmission losses are two orders of magnitude smaller than for any of the previously reported technologies for fabrication of miniature photonic circuits. In the first part of the report, a SNAP bottle resonator with a few nm high radius variation is demonstrated as the record small, slow light, and low loss 2.6 ns dispersionless delay line of 100 ps pulses. Next, a record small SNAP bottle resonator exhibiting the 20 ns/nm dispersion compensation of 100 ps pulses is demonstrated. In the second part of the report, the prospects of the SNAP technology in applications to telecommunications, optical signal processing, quantum computing, and microfluidics are discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationICTON 2014 : 16th international conference on transparent optical networks
EditorsMarek Jaworski, Marian Marciniak
Place of PublicationWarsaw (PL)
PublisherNational Institute of Telecommunications
Number of pages3
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-4799-5601-2
ISBN (Print)978-1-4799-5600-5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2014
Event16th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks - Graz, Austria
Duration: 6 Jul 201410 Jul 2014

Conference

Conference16th International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks
Abbreviated titleICTON 2014
CountryAustria
CityGraz
Period6/07/1410/07/14

Keywords

  • microresonators
  • nanophotonics
  • optical fibre
  • optical microfibre
  • slow light

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    Sumetsky, M. (2014). Practical and prospective slow light Surface Nanoscale Axial Photonics (SNAP) devices. In M. Jaworski, & M. Marciniak (Eds.), ICTON 2014 : 16th international conference on transparent optical networks [Mo.C6.5] National Institute of Telecommunications. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICTON.2014.6876301