Multiwavelength demultiplexing in high bit-rate optical communication networks
a joint project of the Institute on Laser and Information
Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Troitsk, Moscow region, Russia,
and the Department of Physics, Wake Forest University,Winston-Salem, NC USA
sponsored by the NATO Science for Peace Program
- Richard Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vladislav Panchenko, email@example.com
- Victor Sokolov, firstname.lastname@example.org
Develop improved add/drop DWDM devices with narrow transmission
window (1 A), having nearly rectangular profile and nearly linear phase variation
across the window, using biharmonic Bragg gratings [1, 2] coupled to side-polished
- V. I. Sokolov and V. Ya. Panchenko, "Propagation and interaction of
waves in periodic media with a space-modulated coupling coefficient: application
for optical filtering", Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3733, pp. 296-305, (1999).
- V. I. Sokolov, G. I. Manankova, A. I. Khudobenko, V. Ya. Panchenko, and
V. N. Seminogov, "Optical filters on the basis of nonuniform phase-shifted
Bragg gratings", Proc. SPIE, Vol. 3688, pp. 320-329, (1999).
Activity in the period 4 November 1999 - 31 October 2000:
- All-optical DWDM multplexers/demultiplexers with improved spectral characteristics
based on side-polished single-mode fibers and Biharmonic Bragg Gratings (BBGs)
on functional films of high refractive index were designed.
- PLD technology for depositing functional films of high refractive index
on silica substrates was developed.
- Three-beam holographic technology for fabrication of submicron relief gratings
with phase shifts on III-V semiconductor materials was developed.
- Pilot samples of side-polished single-mode fibers and relief Bragg gratings
on functional films of high refractive index were fabricated.