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Efficient Frequency Conversion at Low-Powers in a Silicon Microresonator Using Carrier Extraction

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We demonstrate four-wave mixing in a silicon microresonator at low powers using a PIN diode to extract the generated carriers. We achieve conversion efficiencies as high as −6.6 dB with 7 mW of input power.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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