Abstract

We demonstrate a scalable process flow to fabricate three-dimensional freestanding devices from bulk single-crystal diamond. Using a dimpled fiber taper, we couple selectively to four mechanical modes of a nanobeam to measure its optomechanical response.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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