Delayed optical images through coupled-resonator-induced transparency.
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We propagated transverse two-dimensional images encoded on optical pulses through a frequency window of a coupled-image-resonator-induced transparency. The optical images are stored and delayed by 10.6ns, reflecting the tunable dispersion of the coupled resonator. The k-space bandwidth of the amplitude transfer function of the system is discussed in the presence of the off-resonance Fano interference effect between the two resonators.
- Optics letters
Optics letters 35(20), 3414-3416, 2010-10-15
Optical Society of America