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Type: Artigo
Title: Efficient telecom to visible wavelength conversion in doubly resonant gallium phosphide microdisks
Author: Lake, David P.
Mitchell, Matthew
Jayakumar, Harishankar
Santos, Laís Fujii dos
Curic, Davor
Barclay, Paul E.
Abstract: Resonant second harmonic generation between 1550 nm and 775 nm with normalized outside efficiency > 3.8 × 10 - 4 mW - 1 is demonstrated in a gallium phosphide microdisk supporting high-Q modes at visible (Q ∼ 10 4) and infrared (Q ∼ 10 5) wavelengths. The double resonance condition is satisfied for a specific pump power through intracavity photothermal temperature tuning using ∼ 360 μ W of 1550 nm light input to a fiber taper and coupled to a microdisk resonance. Power dependent efficiency consistent with a simple model for thermal tuning of the double resonance condition is observed. © 2016 AIP Publishing LLC.
Resonant second harmonic generation between 1550 nm and 775 nm with normalized outside efficiency > 3.8 × 10 - 4 mW - 1 is demonstrated in a gallium phosphide microdisk supporting high-Q modes at visible (Q ∼ 10 4) and infrared (Q ∼ 10 5) wavelengths. The double resonance condition is satisfied for a specific pump power through intracavity photothermal temperature tuning using ∼ 360 μ W of 1550 nm light input to a fiber taper and coupled to a microdisk resonance. Power dependent efficiency consistent with a simple model for thermal tuning of the double resonance condition is observed.
Subject: Ressonadores, Cavidades, Microcavidade, Geração de segundo harmônico
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: AIP Publishing
Citation: Applied Physics Letters. American Institute Of Physics Inc., v. 108, n. 3, p. , 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1063/1.4940242
Address: https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.4940242
Date Issue: 2016
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