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Enhance the Efficiency of FWM-Based Wavelength Conversion with a Double-Ring Resonator

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Wavelength conversion by the four-wave mixing process in a resonator faces a tradeoff between the bandwidth and the resonant enhancement. We show that a double-ring resonator can enhance the conversion efficiency without sacrifice the bandwidth.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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