S. , Mitatha and P. P. , Yupapin (2008) Novel continuous spectrum generation system using a nano-waveguide for white light, short and sub-millimeter waves use. Microwave and optical technology letters .
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We propose a novel system of a nano-waveguide that canbe used to generate the continuous spectrum, that is, white light. Thesimultaneous generation of short and sub-millimeter waves can also begenerated by using either dark or bright soliton schemes. A system con-sists of two microring and a nanoring resonators that can be integratedinto a single system. The large bandwidth is generated by a soliton pulse within a Kerr type nonlinear medium where the continuous band-width or wavelength can be performed. Results of the bright soliton ob-tained have shown the potential of using the technique for white lightsource generation and detection, which is discussed. The simultaneousgeneration of short and millimeter waves using dark soliton is also pro-posed. The advantage is that the large bandwidth separation of theshort and sub-millimeter waves can be obtained, which is allowed thesimultaneous generation of short and millimeter waves.
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