Abstract

We present and experimentally demonstrate a stable high-extinction-ratio multi-wavelength optical source with Erbium-dope fiber, which is mainly based on a CMOS-compatible nonlinear micro-ring resonator. Optical spectrum from different output positions are compared and analyzed.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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