Abstract

Coupled photonic oscillators and resonators are sensitive to unavoidable nanoscale disorder, and localization in periodic structures induced by disorder leads eventually to a complete collapse of the bandwidth, which is generally considered problematic for device applications. Here, we investigate the dependence of bandwidth collapse on the interresonator coupling coefficient, a parameter controllable by lithography or device operation.

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