Optimization of Diffraction Efficiency and Polarization Dependence Loss in Photopolymer Grating for Use in Multichip Module

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We in this paper propose a model to increase the diffraction efficiency of a holographic grating at 1550 nm for multiplexing application. To use such a grating, polarization dependence loss is introduced analytically and then optimized for its minimum value A configuration of holographic grating is proposed based on both maximum diffraction efficiency and minimum polarization dependence loss. The proposed grating is expected to find importance in optoelectronic multichip module.

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L. Sahu, J. Achary and S. Tripathy, "Optimization of Diffraction Efficiency and Polarization Dependence Loss in Photopolymer Grating for Use in Multichip Module," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 9, 2012, pp. 1009-1012. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.39131.

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