Abstract

A wavelength selective 1-by-8-port optical broadcasting system is proposed and demonstrated utilizing partial drop adiabatic microring tunable filters, achieving a 92.7GHz filter bandwidth, 36.2nm Free-Spectral-Range, low power-variation (0.11dB), and aggregate excess loss of only 1.1dB.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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