Abstract

The potential capability of wireless wavelength multiplexing and demultiplexing can enable the next development of smaller photonic counterparts for network architectures. This paper numerically represents a new design of a wireless transmission in C-band infrared wavelengths within two identical resonant cavities between photonic chips. This system consists of an H1 rod-type two-dimensional photonic crystal (PhC) microcavity, which can be operated as both a transmitter and a receiver without interfering with the signal in each PhC waveguide. By using the point-to-point oscillatory light-field exchange between resonant cavities, two independent photonic circuits are linked with each other. The obtained results show that the multi-resonance wavelengths in one chip can be transferred to another chip located far away by ten times the highest resonance wavelength. Such a device can be useful for integrated optical circuit interconnect and small-scale sensors between photonic chips.

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