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Pixels and resonators with blazed Littrow structures: Passive and non-Hermitian approaches

F. Bardonnet
A. Crocherie
M. Besbes
H. Benisty

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The confinement of light by Littrow blazed grating structures is explored for targeted device operation principles. For passive devices, these grating structures are explored in one and two-dimensional versions to study resonant pixel with sizes of about ten grating periods (for 4.5 μm-side), which retain a CMOS compatible design. The resonances are found to substantially enhance the weak silicon absorption at 940 nm, a wavelength of interest for, e.g., distance ranging and face recognition, and to achieve a 7.5° angular tolerance. The addition of gain and loss in generic Littrow structures that display an original dispersion made of crossing manifold is next considered, with a view to the issue of broad-area laser modal control.
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hal-04522290 , version 1 (26-03-2024)

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F. Bardonnet, A. Crocherie, M. Besbes, H. Benisty. Pixels and resonators with blazed Littrow structures: Passive and non-Hermitian approaches. Applied Physics Letters, 2023, 123 (24), pp.241110. ⟨10.1063/5.0173537⟩. ⟨hal-04522290⟩
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