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The multi-octave spectral beam combiner concept is realized using an integrated platform with silicon nitride waveguides and silicon waveguides. Simulated bandwidth is shown to be over four octaves, and measured bandwidth is shown over two octaves, limited by the availability of sources.
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Journal By Jared Bauters Published in Optics Express, Vol. 21, Issue 1, January 14, 2013
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The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) has named 168 leaders of invention and innovation including four University of California, Santa Barbara to Fellow status.
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A review of the current status of the hybrid silicon photonic integration platform with emphasis on its prospects for increased integration complexity integration.
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Read these Articles on the exciting NEWS! UCSB becomes the West Coast Hub for the National Photonics Manufacturing Institute, led by John Bowers
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A review of heterogeneous integration with emphasis on expanding the capability of PICs