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Type: Artigo
Title: Modeling Quasi-dark States With Temporal Coupled-mode Theory
Modeling quasi-dark states with temporal coupled-mode theory
Author: Souza, M. C. M. M
Rezende, G. F. M.
Barea, L. A. M.
Wiederhecker, G. S.
Frateschi, N. C.
Abstract: Coupled resonators are commonly used to achieve tailored spectral responses and allow novel functionalities in a broad range of applications. The Temporal Coupled-Mode Theory (TCMT) provides a simple and general tool that is widely used to model these devices. Relying on TCMT to model coupled resonators might however be misleading in some circumstances due to the lumped-element nature of the model. In this article, we report an important limitation of TCMT related to the prediction of dark states. Studying a coupled system composed of three microring resonators, we demonstrate that TCMT predicts the existence of a dark state that is in disagreement with experimental observations and with the more general results obtained with the Transfer Matrix Method (TMM) and the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) simulations. We identify the limitation in the TCMT model to be related to the mechanism of excitation/decay of the supermodes and we propose a correction that effectively reconciles the model with expected results. Our discussion based on coupled microring resonators can be useful for other electromagnetic resonant systems due to the generality and far-reach of the TCMT formalism. (C) 2016 Optical Society of America
Coupled resonators are commonly used to achieve tailored spectral responses and allow novel functionalities in a broad range of applications. The Temporal Coupled-Mode Theory (TCMT) provides a simple and general tool that is widely used to model these devices. Relying on TCMT to model coupled resonators might however be misleading in some circumstances due to the lumped-element nature of the model. In this article, we report an important limitation of TCMT related to the prediction of dark states. Studying a coupled system composed of three microring resonators, we demonstrate that TCMT predicts the existence of a dark state that is in disagreement with experimental observations and with the more general results obtained with the Transfer Matrix Method (TMM) and the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) simulations. We identify the limitation in the TCMT model to be related to the mechanism of excitation/decay of the supermodes and we propose a correction that effectively reconciles the model with expected results. Our discussion based on coupled microring resonators can be useful for other electromagnetic resonant systems due to the generality and far-reach of the TCMT formalism.
Subject: Dual-ring Modulator
Microring Resonators
Enhancement
Dynamics
Filters
Driven
Ressonadores, Guias de ondas, Cavities
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Optical Society of America
Citation: Optics Express. Optical Soc Amer, v. 24, p. 18960 - 18972, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1364/OE.24.018960
Address: https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-24-17-18960
Date Issue: 2016
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