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ОбложкаNanoscale nonlinear PANDA ring resonator / P.P.Yupapin et al. - Boca Raton: CRC press/Taylor & Francis; Jersey; Enfield: Science publishers, 2012. - viii, 302 p.: ill. - Bibliogr. at the end of the chapters. - Ind.: p.301-302. - ISBN 978-1-57808-746-4
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Оглавление / Contents
 
1  Linear and Nonlinear Ring Resonators ...................... 1-52
   1.1  Introduction ............................................ 2
   1.2  A Linear Microring Resonator ............................ 3
   1.3  A Linear Add/Drop Filter ................................ 4
        1.3.1  Characteristics of Complementary Ring-resonator
               Add/drop ......................................... 4
        1.3.2  Graphical Representation of Photonic Circuits .... 5
        1.3.3  Photonic Transfer Functions ...................... 6
        1.3.4  Simulation Results ............................... 9
   1.4  Vernier Effect ......................................... 13
        1.4.1  Transfer Function of a Single-ring Resonator
               Filter .......................................... 15
        1.4.2  Transfer Function of Double-ring Resonator
               Vernier Filter .................................. 16
        1.4.3  Transfer Function of a Triple-ring Resonator
               Vernier Filter .................................. 17
        1.4.4  Simulation Results .............................. 19
   1.5  All-Pass and Add/Drop Filter ........................... 24
   1.6  A Nonlinear Microring Resonator ........................ 31
   1.7  A Nonlinear Add/Drop Filter ............................ 35
        1.7.1  The effect of TPA ............................... 39
        1.7.2  The Impact of Coupling Coefficient .............. 40
        1.7.3  The Impact of Wavelength ........................ 41
        1.7.4  The impact of TOE ............................... 41
        1.7.5  The Impact of Photon Lifetime ................... 42
   1.8  Conclusion ............................................. 43
   References .................................................. 44
2  A PANDA Ring Resonator ................................... 53-82
   2.1  Introduction ........................................... 53
   2.2  Theory and Modeling .................................... 54
   2.3  Dynamic Pulse Propagation .............................. 60
   2.4  Symmetry and Asymmetry PANDA Ring Resonators ........... 67
   2.5  Random Binary Code Generation .......................... 70
   2.6  Binary Code Suppression and Recovery ................... 77
   2.7  Conclusion ............................................. 80
   References .................................................. 80
3  Dark-Bright Soliton Conversion .......................... 83-110
   3.1  Introduction ........................................... 83
   3.2  Operating Principle .................................... 85
   3.3  Soliton Nonlinear Behaviors ............................ 87
   3.4  Optical Soliton ........................................ 90
   3.5  Dark-Bright Soliton Conversion ......................... 93
   3.6  Dark-Bright Soliton Conversion in Add/Drop Filter ...... 95
   3.7  Soliton Collision Management in a Microring Resonator .. 99
   3.8  Soliton Collision Management .......................... 202
   3.9  Conclusion ............................................ 305
        References ............................................ 107
4  Dynamic Optical Tweezers ............................... 111-132
   4.1  Introduction .......................................... 222
   4.2  The Add/Drop Optical Filter ........................... 223
   4.3  Storage Trapping Tool ................................. 225
   4.4  Dynamic Potential Well Generation ..................... 227
   4.5  Dynamic Optical Tweezers via a Wavelength Router ...... 222
   4.6  Trapping Forces ....................................... 223
   4.7  Trapping Stability .................................... 224
   4.8  Trapping and Transportation Mechanism ................. 226
   4.9  Atom/Molecule Transmission and Transportation via
        Wavelength Router ..................................... 128
   4.10 Conclusion ............................................ 229
   References ................................................. 130
5  Hybrid Interferometer .................................. 133-146
   5.1  Introduction .......................................... 233
   5.2  Theoretical Background ................................ 234
   5.3  Hybrid Interferometer ................................. 138
   5.4  Conclusions ........................................... 244
   References ................................................. 144
6  Hybrid Transceiver ..................................... 147-160
   6.1  Introduction .......................................... 247
   6.2  Theory ................................................ 148
   6.3  Hybrid Transceiver and Repeater ....................... 253
        6.3.1  Hybrid Transceiver ............................. 254
        6.3.2  Hybrid Repeater ................................ 157
   6.4  Conclusion ............................................ 257
   References ................................................. 158
7  Nanocommunication ...................................... 161-182
   7.1  Introduction .......................................... 162
   7.2  Multi Variable Quantum Tweezers Generation and
        Modulation ............................................ 262
   7.3  Molecular Transporter Generation for Quantum-
        Molecular Transmission ................................ 269
        7.3.1  Transporter Generation ......................... 170
        7.3.2  Transporter Quantum State ...................... 274
        7.3.3  Multi Quantum-Molecular Transportation ......... 276
   7.4  Conclusion ............................................ 277
   References ................................................. 178
8  Nanosensors ............................................ 183-222
   8.1  Introduction .......................................... 183
        8.1.1  Operating Principle ............................ 184
        8.1.2  Distributed Spatial Sensors .................... 185
        8.1.3  Distributed Quantum Sensors .................... 189
   8.2  Network Sensors using a PANDA Ring Resonator Type ..... 292
        8.2.1  General Review ................................. 292
        8.2.2  Principle and Method ........................... 193
        8.2.3  Distributed Network Sensors Using a Microring
               Sensing Transducer ............................. 196
   8.3  Self-calibration in a Fiber Optic Sensing System ...... 299
        8.3.1  General Review ................................. 199
        8.3.2  Operation Principle ............................ 200
        8.3.3  Entangled Photon States Walk-off Compensation .. 203
   8.4  Conclusion ............................................ 207
   References ................................................. 208
9  Optical and Quantum Computing .......................... 213-244
   9.1  Introduction .......................................... 223
   9.2  Quantum Controlled-NOT (CNOT) Gate .................... 224
   9.3  Quantum SWAP Gate ..................................... 227
   9.4  All-optical Logic Gate ................................ 218
   9.5  Dark-Bright Soliton Conversion Mechanism .............. 220
   9.6  Optical XOR/XNOR Logic Gate Operation ................. 222
   9.7  Operation Principle of Simultaneous All-optical
        Logic Gates ........................................... 225
   9.8  OOK Generation ........................................ 227
   9.9  Conclusion ............................................ 237
        References ............................................ 238
10 Drug Delivery .......................................... 245-258
   10.1 Introduction .......................................... 245
   10.2 Optical Vortex Generation ............................. 247
   10.3 Drug Trapping and Delivery ............................ 252
   10.4 Conclusion ............................................ 255
   References ................................................. 255
11 Hybrid Transistor ...................................... 259-298
   11.1 Introduction .......................................... 259
   11.2 All-Optical Photonic Transistor ....................... 260
   11.3 Single-Photon Transistor .............................. 268
        11.3.1 Single-Photon Transistor using Microtoroidal
               Resonators ..................................... 268
        11.3.2 Single-Photon Transistor using Nanoscale
               Surface Plasmons ............................... 268
   11.4 Single-Atom Transistor ................................ 273
   11.5 Single-Electron Transistor ............................ 275
   11.6 Single-Molecule Transistor ............................ 277
   11.7 Photonic Transistor using PANDA Ring .................. 279
   11.8 Conclusion ............................................ 285
   References ................................................. 285
12 Electron-Hole Pair Manipulation ........................ 291-300
   12.1 Introduction .......................................... 292
   12.2 Single Electron-Hole Pair Generation .................. 292
   12.3 Multi Electron-Hole Pair Generation ................... 296
   12.4 Conclusion ............................................ 299
   References ................................................. 299

Index ..................................................... 301-302

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