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  • All-optical switch based on 1x3 multimode interference couplers.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Truong, Dung Cao; Nguyen, Manh Cuong; Le, Duy Tien; Le, Trung Thanh (2016)

  • In this paper, a new all-optical switch based on 1 3 and 3 3 General Interference (GI) multimode interference (MMI) structures is proposed. By using nonlinear directional couplers in two arms of the structure as phase shifters, all-optical switching mechanism can be achieved. In this study, we use chalcogenide glass on silica for designing the device structure. The switching states of the device can be controlled by adjusting the optical control signals at the phase shifters. The transfer matrix method and beam propagation method (BPM) are used for designing and optimizing the device structure.

  • Fast and slow light enhancement using cascaded microring.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Le, Duy Tien; Nguyen, Manh Cuong; Le, Trung Thanh (2017)

  • A cascaded microring resonator based on silicon waveguides with an MMI (Multimode Interference) based Sagnac reflector is proposed in this study. By controlling the coupling coefficients with the used of the MMI based Sagnac reflector, the double of both pulse delay and advancement for the slow and fast light can be achieved. The new structure can produce the fast and slow light phenomenon on one chip with a double of the time delay and pulse advancement. By using the Sagnac reflector, the device is very compact. Transfer matrix method and FDTD (Finite Difference Time Domain) simulation are used to obtain the characteristics of the device. The transmission, phase, group delay a...

  • High bandwidth all-optical 3×3 switch based on multimode interference.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Le, Duy Tien; Nguyen, Manh Cuong; Le, Trung Thanh (2017)

  • A high bandwidth all-optical 3×3 switch based on general interference multimode interference (GI-MMI) structure is proposed in this study. Two 3×3 multimode interference couplers are cascaded to realize an alloptical switch operating at both wavelengths of 1550 nm and 1310 nm. Two nonlinear directional couplers at two outer-arms of the structure are used as all-optical phase shifters to achieve all switching states and to control the switching states. Analytical expressions for switching operation using the transfer matrix method are presented. The beam propagation method (BPM) is used to design and optimize the whole structure. The optimal design of the all-optical phase shifte...

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  • Authors: Nguyen, Quoc Binh; Hoang, Anh Tuan; Nguyen, Van Dat; Tran, Thi Viet Thanh; Nguyen, Phuong Hanh; Nguyen, Manh Cuong (2017)

  • Curcuma singularis Gagnep., a new record species from the Central Highlands (Gia Lai prov., KBang dist.) is described and illustrated with pictures, and compared to some species in the same group "Ecomata", together with a species with similar morphological characteristics from another group: Curcuma cochinchinensis. The species C. singularis is known by locals as Cay khoe or Sam da, and its rhizomes are used by in habitants to help them improve health.

Browsing by Author Nguyen, Manh Cuong

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  • All-optical switch based on 1x3 multimode interference couplers.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Truong, Dung Cao; Nguyen, Manh Cuong; Le, Duy Tien; Le, Trung Thanh (2016)

  • In this paper, a new all-optical switch based on 1 3 and 3 3 General Interference (GI) multimode interference (MMI) structures is proposed. By using nonlinear directional couplers in two arms of the structure as phase shifters, all-optical switching mechanism can be achieved. In this study, we use chalcogenide glass on silica for designing the device structure. The switching states of the device can be controlled by adjusting the optical control signals at the phase shifters. The transfer matrix method and beam propagation method (BPM) are used for designing and optimizing the device structure.

  • Fast and slow light enhancement using cascaded microring.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Le, Duy Tien; Nguyen, Manh Cuong; Le, Trung Thanh (2017)

  • A cascaded microring resonator based on silicon waveguides with an MMI (Multimode Interference) based Sagnac reflector is proposed in this study. By controlling the coupling coefficients with the used of the MMI based Sagnac reflector, the double of both pulse delay and advancement for the slow and fast light can be achieved. The new structure can produce the fast and slow light phenomenon on one chip with a double of the time delay and pulse advancement. By using the Sagnac reflector, the device is very compact. Transfer matrix method and FDTD (Finite Difference Time Domain) simulation are used to obtain the characteristics of the device. The transmission, phase, group delay a...

  • High bandwidth all-optical 3×3 switch based on multimode interference.pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Le, Duy Tien; Nguyen, Manh Cuong; Le, Trung Thanh (2017)

  • A high bandwidth all-optical 3×3 switch based on general interference multimode interference (GI-MMI) structure is proposed in this study. Two 3×3 multimode interference couplers are cascaded to realize an alloptical switch operating at both wavelengths of 1550 nm and 1310 nm. Two nonlinear directional couplers at two outer-arms of the structure are used as all-optical phase shifters to achieve all switching states and to control the switching states. Analytical expressions for switching operation using the transfer matrix method are presented. The beam propagation method (BPM) is used to design and optimize the whole structure. The optimal design of the all-optical phase shifte...

  • document(2).pdf.jpg
  • Article


  • Authors: Nguyen, Quoc Binh; Hoang, Anh Tuan; Nguyen, Van Dat; Tran, Thi Viet Thanh; Nguyen, Phuong Hanh; Nguyen, Manh Cuong (2017)

  • Curcuma singularis Gagnep., a new record species from the Central Highlands (Gia Lai prov., KBang dist.) is described and illustrated with pictures, and compared to some species in the same group "Ecomata", together with a species with similar morphological characteristics from another group: Curcuma cochinchinensis. The species C. singularis is known by locals as Cay khoe or Sam da, and its rhizomes are used by in habitants to help them improve health.