We have implemented an automated nanophotonic design algorithm with fabrication constraints. This was used to demonstrate a compact 3-channel wavelength demultiplexer with a channel spacing of 40 nm, insertion loss < 2.29 dB, and under 10.7 dB crosstalk.

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