Tamee, K and Mitatha, S and Chaiyasoonthorn, S and P. P., Yupapin (2011) Nano-scale sensing transducer using entangled photon walk-off compensation. sciencedirect, 122 (16). 1470- 1473 . ISSN 0030-4026
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We propose a new concept of a nano-sensing transducer system using a nano-waveguide. The small change in physical quantity affects to the change in device parameters such as refractive index or length which is relatively absorbed and observed by the resonant signals. In principle, the stored light pulse at the specified wavelength is generated by using a soliton propagating within the ring resonators, whereas a resonant signals can be stored within the nano-waveguide, i.e. a sensing transducer, which is formed by the sensing ring device. The induced change in the resonant signals by the surrounded environment is occurred, and can be detected by using the optical/quantum processor. Such a proposed device is namely suitable to perform the measurements in the nano-scale regime such as force, stress and temperature. (C) 2010 Elsevier GmbH. All rights reserved.
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