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Planar n-fold Beam Splitter Based on Adiabatic Light Transfer

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We demonstrate the adiabatic light transfer from an input waveguide into equal intensity output channels. This concept is using reconfigurable light-induced planar waveguide structure composed of input and buffer waveguides coupled to a waveguide array.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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