• Chinese Journal of Lasers
  • Vol. 48, Issue 20, 2006003 (2021)
Xue Jiabi, Lai Shouqiang, Liu Xin, and Zhang Dan*
Author Affiliations
  • School of Electronic Science and Engineering (National Model Microelectronics College), Xiamen University, Xiamen, Fujian 361005, China
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    Preparation process of polymer SU-8 waveguide
    Fig. 1. Preparation process of polymer SU-8 waveguide
    Preparation process of PMMA waveguide
    Fig. 2. Preparation process of PMMA waveguide
    Scanning electron micrographs of waveguide section. (a) Sectional view of polymer SU-8 rectangular waveguide; (b) sectional view of polymer SU-8 Mach-Zehnder waveguide; (c) plan view of polymer SU-8 Mach-Zehnder waveguide; (d) sectional view of PMMA rectangular waveguide
    Fig. 3. Scanning electron micrographs of waveguide section. (a) Sectional view of polymer SU-8 rectangular waveguide; (b) sectional view of polymer SU-8 Mach-Zehnder waveguide; (c) plan view of polymer SU-8 Mach-Zehnder waveguide; (d) sectional view of PMMA rectangular waveguide
    Test system
    Fig. 4. Test system
    Output optical intensity variation of polymer SU-8 waveguide. (a) Under LED with different wavelength and laser pumping; (b) under 405-nm LED pumping with different power
    Fig. 5. Output optical intensity variation of polymer SU-8 waveguide. (a) Under LED with different wavelength and laser pumping; (b) under 405-nm LED pumping with different power
    Output optical intensity variation of the polymer SU-8 waveguide under LED pumping with different wavelength. (a) 980-nm laser as signal source; (b) 635-nm laser as signal source
    Fig. 6. Output optical intensity variation of the polymer SU-8 waveguide under LED pumping with different wavelength. (a) 980-nm laser as signal source; (b) 635-nm laser as signal source
    Comparison of optical field attenuation of different signal sources under LED pumping with different wavelength
    Fig. 7. Comparison of optical field attenuation of different signal sources under LED pumping with different wavelength
    Output optical intensity versus waveguide with different width
    Fig. 8. Output optical intensity versus waveguide with different width
    Comparison of optical intensity attenuation of waveguides with different width
    Fig. 9. Comparison of optical intensity attenuation of waveguides with different width
    Output optical intensity variation of the Mach-Zehnder structure waveguide under LED pumping with different wavelength. (a) 1064-nm laser as signal source; (b) 635-nm laser as signal source
    Fig. 10. Output optical intensity variation of the Mach-Zehnder structure waveguide under LED pumping with different wavelength. (a) 1064-nm laser as signal source; (b) 635-nm laser as signal source
    Output optical intensity variation of PMMA waveguide under LED pumping with different wavelength. (a) 1064-nm laser as signal source; (b) 635-nm laser as signal source
    Fig. 11. Output optical intensity variation of PMMA waveguide under LED pumping with different wavelength. (a) 1064-nm laser as signal source; (b) 635-nm laser as signal source
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    Jiabi Xue, Shouqiang Lai, Xin Liu, Dan Zhang. Realizing Optical Absorption Properties of Polymer Waveguides using LED Pump Source[J]. Chinese Journal of Lasers, 2021, 48(20): 2006003
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    Category: fiber optics and optical communications
    Received: Feb. 8, 2021
    Accepted: Mar. 18, 2021
    Published Online: Sep. 16, 2021
    The Author Email: Zhang Dan (zhangdan@xmu.edu.cn)