A High Extinction Ratio Polarization Beam Splitter With MMI Couplers on InP Substrate


A high extinction ratio (ER) polarization beam splitter with three different multimode interference couplers on InP substrate was designed by a three-dimensional beam propagation method. Simulations show that the polarization ER (PER) is over 34 dB and internal loss is <0.8 dB for both TE and TM polarizations. The PER imbalance between the two polarization states has been reduced to 22 dB. The total length of the device is $< 950~mu text{m}$ . The effects of the width of the input port on the performance of the device are discussed in detail.

Did you like this research project?

To get this research project Guidelines, Training and Code... Click Here

PROJECT TITLE :High Voltage Gain Interleaved Boost Converter with Neural Network Based MPPT Controller for Fuel Cell Based Electric Vehicle ApplicationsABSTRACT:Due to the additional vigorous regulations on carbon gas emissions
PROJECT TITLE :Pixel Binning for High Dynamic Range Color Image Sensor Using Square Sampling Lattice - 2018ABSTRACT:We propose a brand new pixel binning theme for color image sensors. We minimized distortion caused by binning
PROJECT TITLE :High Resolution Beacon-Based Proximity Detection for Dense Deployment - 2018ABSTRACT:The emergence of Bluetooth low energy (BLE) beacons has promoted the development of proximity-primarily based service (PBS), which
PROJECT TITLE :Low Cost and High Accuracy Data Gathering in WSNs with Matrix Completion - 2018ABSTRACT:Matrix completion has emerged very recently and provides a brand new venue for low value knowledge gathering in Wireless Sensor
PROJECT TITLE :High speed and low power preset-able modified TSPC D flip-flop design and performance comparison with TSPC D flip-flop - 2018ABSTRACT:Positron emission tomography (PET) could be a nuclear functional imaging technique

Ready to Complete Your Academic MTech Project Work In Affordable Price ?

Project Enquiry