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COUPLING INTO WAVEGUIDE EVANESCENT MODES WITH APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE

Jason W. Sidabras, B.S., Marquette University, 2010
URL: http://epublications.marquette.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1028&context=theses_open&sei-redir=1#search=%22magnetic+resonance+evanescent%22


Cornell College

Wireless Power Transmission Using Magnetic Resonance
By: Lucas Jorgensen and Adam Culberson in conjunction with Professor Derin Sherman.
URL: http://www.cornellcollege.edu/physics/courses/phy312/Student-Projects/Magnetic-Resonance/Magnetic-Resonance.html

Intel

Wireless Electricity
September 1, 2008
URL: http://www.techinnoventure.com/?p=339
Intel recently announced a display of some new technology which looks like another step along the way to a good proof of concept of efficient wireless electricity. Building on Marin Soljacic’s work at MIT (it’s unclear to me whether Intel is actually building on top of the work of Marin’s group or if they’re working in parallel) the group from Intel is displaying the transfer of energy without wires from a transmitter to a receiver separated only by air which in result lights a light bulb. Intel’s demonstration was covered by Gizmodo and has a nice description and some great pictures.
Intel Says They’ve Taken A Huge Leap in Wireless Power Tech
wireless charging
URL: http://gizmodo.com/5039871/intel-says-theyve-taken-a-huge-leap-in-wireless-power-tech


Evanescent Silicon Laser

Single-Wavelength Silicon Evanescent Lasers

URL: http://optoelectronics.ece.ucsb.edu/sites/default/files/publications/fang_09jstqe.pdf
Alexander W. Fang, Member, IEEE, Matthew N. Sysak, Member, IEEE, Brian R. Koch, Student Member, IEEE,

Richard Jones, Member, IEEE, Erica Lively, Ying-Hao Kuo, Di Liang, Student Member, IEEE, Omri Raday, and John E. Bowers, Fellow, IEEE

(Invited Paper)

“Abstract—The silicon evanescent device platform provides electrically pumped active device functionality on a low-loss siliconon-insulator waveguide platform.We present here recent research in the area of single-wavelength silicon evanescent lasers that utilize distributed feedback, distributed Bragg reflector (DBR), and sampled grating (SG) DBR laser topographies.”

High speed data amplification using hybrid silicon evanescent amplifier

URL: http://ultralaser.iphy.ac.cn/cleo/data/papers/CTuII1.pdf
Ying-hao Kuo, Hyundai Park, Alexander W. Fang, and John E. Bowers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA 93106 yinghao.kuo@ece.ucsb.edu
Richard Jones and Mario Paniccia, Intel Corporation, 2200 Mission College Boulevard, SC12-326, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Oded Cohen, Intel Corporation, SBI Park Har Hotzvim, Jerusalem, 91031, Israel

Abstract: Data amplification using hybrid silicon evanescent amplifier is demonstrated at bit rates up to 40Gbps. The amplifier exhibits 13dB on-chip gain with low power penalty of 0.5dB. Pattern effects due to carrier lifetime are investigated. ©2007 Optical Society of America

OCIS codes: (250.5980) Semiconductor optical amplifiers; (250.5300) Photonic integrated circuits

Introduction
Recently hybrid integration of III-V semiconductors onto silicon waveguides with wafer bonding technology [1] was demonstrated. Silicon based amplifiers are important for many silicon photonic integrated circuits (PICs). Onchip evanescent amplifiers can be used as a post-amplifier for the silicon evanescent laser [2] or integrated as a preamplifier with waveguide photodetectors. In the case of pre-amplification, dynamic characteristics and power penalty are important for high speed data detection. An electrically pumped hybrid amplifier was fabricated and tested with bit error rate (BER) measurement. The device exhibits 13dB on-chip gain and only 0.5dB power penalty for data rates up to 40Gbps.

References

Wikipedia

Resonant Coupling

Evanescent Wave


NewScientist

Evanescent Coupling Could Power Gadgets Wirelessly

Not the same thing as wireless-power

  • Microwave beam energy
URL: http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/wec.shtml
  • Various wireless inductive-chargers, like an electric toothbrush charger station.