Abstract

A complete theoretical analysis of a modified grating-frustrated coupler with a second grating in the input channel is presented. We show that this second grating allows for a reduction to zero of backreflected light and transmits all the radiation near the Bragg wavelength to a drop port.

© 2001 Optical Society of America

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