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nanoLED Wavelength Division Multiplexer Analysis

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Abstract

Optical antennas can enhance the modulation bandwidth and output power of nanoscale LEDs. Here we analyze a wavelength division multiplexer that uses high Q optical antennas in parallel to further increase the total optical power.

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