Ultrafast Optical Signal Processing with Bragg Structures
AbstractThe phase, amplitude, speed, and polarization, in addition to many other properties of light, can be modulated by photonic Bragg structures. In conjunction with nonlinearity and quantum effects, a variety of ensuing micro- or nano-photonic applications can be realized. This paper reviews various optical phenomena in several exemplary 1D Bragg gratings. Important examples are resonantly absorbing photonic structures, chirped Bragg grating, and cholesteric liquid crystals; their unique operation capabilities and key issues are considered in detail. These Bragg structures are expected to be used in wide-spread applications involving light field modulations, especially in the rapidly advancing field of ultrafast optical signal processing. View Full-Text
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Liu, Y.; Fu, S.; Malomed, B.A.; Khoo, I.C.; Zhou, J. Ultrafast Optical Signal Processing with Bragg Structures. Appl. Sci. 2017, 7, 556.
Liu Y, Fu S, Malomed BA, Khoo IC, Zhou J. Ultrafast Optical Signal Processing with Bragg Structures. Applied Sciences. 2017; 7(6):556.Chicago/Turabian Style
Liu, Yikun; Fu, Shenhe; Malomed, Boris A.; Khoo, Iam C.; Zhou, Jianying. 2017. "Ultrafast Optical Signal Processing with Bragg Structures." Appl. Sci. 7, no. 6: 556.
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