Abstract

In this Letter, we first demonstrate periodically and independently tunable double Fano resonances (DFRs) using waveguide-coupled cavities consisting of two silicon microring resonators (MRRs) and a feedback-coupled waveguide. The proposed device is fabricated on the silicon-on-insulator substrate using the standard complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor fabrication process. The DFR can be tuned independently by changing the resonant wavelengths of two MRRs using the thermo-optic effect. The highest extinction ratio of the Fano resonances is measured to be as high as 29.20 dB, which enables this device to be a promising candidate for high-performance multi-wavelength optical switches and high-sensitivity biochemical sensors.

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