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Tunable Bragg filters with a phase transition material defect layer

  • Author(s): Wang, X
  • Gong, Z
  • Dong, K
  • Lou, S
  • Slack, J
  • Anders, A
  • Yao, J
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2016 Optical Society of America. We propose an all-solid-state tunable Bragg filter with a phase transition material as the defect layer. Bragg filters based on a vanadium dioxide defect layer sandwiched between silicon dioxide/titanium dioxide Bragg gratings are experimentally demonstrated. Temperature dependent reflection spectroscopy shows the dynamic tunability and hysteresis properties of the Bragg filter. Temperature dependent Raman spectroscopy reveals the connection between the tunability and the phase transition of the vanadium dioxide defect layer. This work paves a new avenue in tunable Bragg filter designs and promises more applications by combining phase transition materials and optical cavities.

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