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Design of 16-channel, 100-GHz multimode polymer-based AWG

  • We present design of planar 16-channel, 100-GHz multi-mode polymer-based AWG. This AWG was designed for central wavelength of 1550 nm applying AWG-Parameters tool. The AWG structure was created and simulated in the commercial photonic tool PHASAR from Optiwave. Achieved transmission characteristics were evaluated by AWG-Analyzer tool. For the design, multi-mode waveguides having a cross-section of (4x4) µm2 were used. The simulated results show strong worsening of the transmission characteristics in comparison when using single-mode waveguides. Nevertheless, the transmitting channels are clearly separated. The reason for using thicker multi-mode waveguides in the design is possibility to fabricate the AWG structure on polymer basis using direct laser writing lithography.

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Author:Dana Seyringer, Stanislava Serecunova, Peter Gaso, Dusan Pudis, Heinz Seyringer, Frantisek Uherek, Fadi Dohnal, Johann Zehetner
Parent Title (English):Applied Physics of Condensed Matter (APCOM 2022), 22–24 June 2022, Štrbské Pleso, Slovak Republic
Publisher:AIP Publishing
Place of publication:Melville, NY
Document Type:Article
Year of publication:2023
Release Date:2023/05/22
Number of pages:6
First Page:030010-1
Last Page:030010-5
Forschung / Forschungszentrum Mikrotechnik
DDC classes:500 Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik
JEL-Classification:Z Other Special Topics
Open Access?:nein
Peer review:wiss. Beitrag, nicht peer-reviewed
Publicationlist:Seyringer, Dana
Zehetner, Johann
Seyringer, Heinz
Dohnal, Fadi