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Tunable ultracompact chip-integrated multichannel filter based on plasmon-induced transparencies

Nanoscale multichannel filter is realized in plasmonic circuits directly, which consists of four plasmonic nanocavities coupled via a plasmonic waveguide etched in a gold film. The feature device size is only 1.35  μ m, which is reduced by five orders of magnitude compared with previous reports. The... Full description

Journal Title: Applied Physics Letters 02 June 2014, Vol.104(22)
Main Author: Yang, Xiaoyu
Other Authors: Hu, Xiaoyong , Chai, Zhen , Lu, Cuicui , Yang, Hong , Gong, Qihuang
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ID: ISSN: 0003-6951 ; E-ISSN: 1077-3118 ; DOI: 10.1063/1.4882916
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4882916
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description: Nanoscale multichannel filter is realized in plasmonic circuits directly, which consists of four plasmonic nanocavities coupled via a plasmonic waveguide etched in a gold film. The feature device size is only 1.35  μ m, which is reduced by five orders of magnitude compared with previous reports. The optical channels are formed by transparency windows of plasmon-induced transparencies. A shift of 45 nm in the central wavelengths of optical channels is obtained when the plasmonic coupled-nanocavities are covered with a 100-nm-thick poly(methyl methacrylate) layer. This work opens up the possibility for the realization of solid quantum chips based on plasmonic circuits.
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abstractNanoscale multichannel filter is realized in plasmonic circuits directly, which consists of four plasmonic nanocavities coupled via a plasmonic waveguide etched in a gold film. The feature device size is only 1.35  μ m, which is reduced by five orders of magnitude compared with previous reports. The optical channels are formed by transparency windows of plasmon-induced transparencies. A shift of 45 nm in the central wavelengths of optical channels is obtained when the plasmonic coupled-nanocavities are covered with a 100-nm-thick poly(methyl methacrylate) layer. This work opens up the possibility for the realization of solid quantum chips based on plasmonic circuits.
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