Dipole emitters in fiber: Interface effects, collection efficiency and optimization

Henderson, M, Afshar V, S, Greentree, A and Monro, T 2011, 'Dipole emitters in fiber: Interface effects, collection efficiency and optimization', Optics Express, vol. 19, no. 17, pp. 16182-16194.


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Title Dipole emitters in fiber: Interface effects, collection efficiency and optimization
Author(s) Henderson, M
Afshar V, S
Greentree, A
Monro, T
Year 2011
Journal name Optics Express
Volume number 19
Issue number 17
Start page 16182
End page 16194
Total pages 13
Publisher Optical Society of America
Abstract Single photon emitters coupled to optical fibers are becoming important as sources of non-classical light and nano-scale sensors. At present it is not possible to efficiently interface single photon emitters with the optical fiber platform, and there are particular challenges associated with the need to ensure highly efficient collection and delivery of emitted photons. To model single particle emission, we have considered the coupling of a dipole to an optical fiber mode as a function of orientation and position with respect to the core-cladding interface. Our model shows that it is possible to significantly enhance the collection efficiency into the guided modes as a result of modifications to the dipole emission pattern and power resulting from the surrounding fiber environment. For certain geometries the fiber-dipole coupling can result in a factor of 2.6 increase in the power emitted by the dipole
Subject Quantum Optics
Photonics, Optoelectronics and Optical Communications
Nanophotonics
DOI - identifier 10.1364/OE.19.016182
Copyright notice © 2011 Optical Society of America
ISSN 1094-4087
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