Abstract

A new class of microphotonic-resonators, Adiabatic Resonant Microrings (ARMs), is introduced. The ARM resonator geometry enables heater elements to be formed within the resonator, simultaneously enabling record low-power (4.4μW/GHz) and record high-speed (1μs) thermal tuning.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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