Abstract

We report on the characterization of an InPInGaAsP-material-based microdisk resonator optical filter. The originality here is constituted by the use of a localized control electrode that is used for the tuning of the resonance wavelength of the filter via the injection of a driving current. Tuning of the resonance wavelength close to 8nm has been experimentally achieved for a drive current of 80mA.

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