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Frontiers of Optoelectronics

Front. Optoelectron.    2018, Vol. 11 Issue (1) : 30-36     https://doi.org/10.1007/s12200-018-0762-8
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Dipole-fiber system: from single photon source to metadevices
Shaghik ATAKARAMIANS1(), Tanya M. MONRO2,3, Shahraam AFSHAR V.2,3
1. School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia
2. Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
3. Laser Physics and Photonic Devices Laboratories, School of Engineering, University of South Australia, Mawson Lakes SA 5095, Australia
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Radiation of an electric dipole (quantum emitter) in vicinity of optical structures still attracts great interest due to emerging of novel application and technological advances. Here we review our recent work on guided and radiation modes of electric dipole and optical fiber system and its applications from single photon source to metadevices. We demonstrate that the relative position and orientation of the dipole and the core diameter of the optical fiber are the two key defining factors of the coupled system application. We demonstrate that such a coupled system has a vast span of applications in nanophotonics; a single photon source, a high-quality factor sensor and the building block of metadevices.

Keywords dipole source      optical fibers      single photon source      whispering gallery modes      electric and magnetic response     
Corresponding Authors: Shaghik ATAKARAMIANS   
Online First Date: 28 March 2018    Issue Date: 02 April 2018
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Shaghik ATAKARAMIANS,Tanya M. MONRO,Shahraam AFSHAR V.. Dipole-fiber system: from single photon source to metadevices[J]. Front. Optoelectron., 2018, 11(1): 30-36.
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Fig.1  (a) Diamond optical fiber excited at the endface using 700 nm laser. (b) Background corrected measured second order autocorrelation function (blue circles) of a single NV-center embedded in the tellurite optical fiber. The solid red line represents a single exponential fit of the photon statistics Both parts adapted from Ref. [19]
Fig.2  Power captured into the guided modes vs. core diameter for a tellurite core and air clad fiber excited by an electric dipole emitting at 700 nm in the core center (red) and on the cladding (blue) interface. (a) Radially, (b) azimuthally, and (c) longitudinally oriented dipole. Power is normalized to the total power emitted in a bulk diamond material. All adapted from Ref. [18]
Fig.3  Normalized radiated power (total, TE and TM) of a coupled system when excitation is oriented (a) radially, (b) azimuthally, and (c) longitudinally. Power is normalized to the total power emitted in a bulk tellurite glass. The position of the resonances of 2D TE- and TM-WGMs is shown respectively with blue and red triangles. The insets represent the normalized magnetic field ((a) and (b)) and electric field ((c)) of (8,0) WGM for each case, which is the peak just before 1.2 mm in each case. Adapted from Ref. [22]
Fig.4  First two-three peaks of normalized radiated power (total in black, TE in blue and TM in red) of a coupled system when excitation is oriented (a) radially, (b) azimuthally, and (c) longitudinally. Power is normalized to the total power emitted in a bulk tellurite glass. The insets represent relative contribution of multipole coefficients ( l,m) in the total energy of the system. Adapted from Ref. [22]
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