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Dynamical analysis of double-ring resonator with non-instantenous Kerr response and effect of loss

Originální název

Dynamical analysis of double-ring resonator with non-instantenous Kerr response and effect of loss

Anglický název

Dynamical analysis of double-ring resonator with non-instantenous Kerr response and effect of loss

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

We investigate dynamics of Kerr-nonlinear resonant structures consisting of two coupled ring resonators in an all-pass filter configuration. We observe rich dynamical behavior, classify the states, and present a detailed description of transitions from steady state to self-pulsing and chaos. We show that the finite relaxation time and loss may significantly affect the nature and occurrence of self-pulsing states. We also discuss effects of strength of the coupling between the resonators and resonance splitting on the period and onset of self-pulsing operation.

Anglický abstrakt

We investigate dynamics of Kerr-nonlinear resonant structures consisting of two coupled ring resonators in an all-pass filter configuration. We observe rich dynamical behavior, classify the states, and present a detailed description of transitions from steady state to self-pulsing and chaos. We show that the finite relaxation time and loss may significantly affect the nature and occurrence of self-pulsing states. We also discuss effects of strength of the coupling between the resonators and resonance splitting on the period and onset of self-pulsing operation.

BibTex


@article{BUT117227,
  author="Yasa {Eksioglu Özok} and Jiří {Petráček}",
  title="Dynamical analysis of double-ring resonator with non-instantenous Kerr response and effect of loss",
  annote="We investigate dynamics of Kerr-nonlinear resonant structures consisting of two coupled ring resonators in an all-pass filter configuration. We observe rich dynamical behavior, classify the states, and present a detailed description of transitions from steady state to self-pulsing and chaos. We show that the finite relaxation time and loss may significantly affect the nature and occurrence of self-pulsing states. We also discuss effects of strength of the coupling between the resonators and resonance splitting on the period and onset of self-pulsing operation.",
  address="Springer",
  chapter="117227",
  doi="10.1007/s11082-015-0210-6",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer",
  number="10",
  volume="47",
  year="2015",
  month="october",
  pages="3323--3335",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}