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Optical devices based on fluidic controlled two-mode interference

Author:
G. J. M. Krijnen   T. S. J. Lammerink   P. V. Lambeck   M. Elwenspoek  


Journal:
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering


Issue Date:
1999


Abstract(summary):

We present a design study on optical devices based on fluidic controlled two-mode interference in an optical waveguide intersected by a fluid channel. Presence of one or another liquid in the waveguide determines the state of the device. For switch applications our studies indicate achievable cross-talk values of better than -20 dB at switching times in the millisecond regime, whereas fluidic motion can be achieved by various means. Other applications include optical phase and absorption sensing in micro-chemical analysis systems


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