Attraction and repulsion of coupled modes with swinging subluminal and superluminal group velocity is directly observed, for the first time, at optical frequencies. The measurement technique combines polarization-sensitive low-coherence interferometry with lighttrapping in a ring-resonator.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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