Abstract

A mode-evolution-based polarization splitter suitable for high-index-contrast systems and directly integratable with a recently reported on-polarization rotator is described and its performance verified through both finite-difference time-domain and eigenmode expansion simulations. For a device length of 200μm, greater than 22dB of extinction is obtained across a 1.451.75-μm bandwidth.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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