Abstract

We propose and experimentally demonstrate a compact, highly efficient, and negligible cross-talk silicon-on- insulator crossing using a periodic dielectric waveguide. The crossing occupies a footprint of less than 4μm×4μm. Around 0.7dB insertion loss and lower than 40dB, cross talk was achieved experimentally over a broad wavelength range.

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