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Intermodulation of optical frequency combs in a multimode optomechanical system: Supplementary Material

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  • Ng, Ryan C.
  • Nizet, Paul
  • Navarro-Urrios, D.
  • Arregui, Guillermo
  • Albrechtsen, Marcus
  • García, Pedro David
  • Stobbe, Søren
  • Sotomayor Torres, C. M.
  • Madiot, Guilhem
4 pages. -- The Supplemental Information contains the following sections: Derivation of the mechanical susceptibilities. -- Geometrical parameters of the designed device. -- Determination of the lasing thresholds. -- Thermo-optic effect and free-carrier absorption. -- Intermodulation of MHz and GHz modes. -- Self-pulsing and other multimode lasing regimes. -- Numerical simulation details., Peer reviewed
 
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Artículo científico (article). 2023

INTERMODULATION OF OPTICAL FREQUENCY COMBS IN A MULTIMODE OPTOMECHANICAL SYSTEM

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Ng, Ryan C.
  • Nizet, Paul
  • Navarro-Urrios, D.
  • Arregui, Guillermo
  • Albrechtsen, Marcus
  • García, Pedro David
  • Stobbe, Søren
  • Sotomayor Torres, C. M.
  • Madiot, Guilhem
Phonons offer the possibility to connect the microwave and optical domains while being efficiently transduced with electronic and optical signals. Here, we present a multimodal optomechanical platform, consisting of a mechanical-optical-mechanical resonator configuration. The mechanical modes, with frequencies at 265 MHz and 6.8 GHz, can be simultaneously excited into a phonon lasing regime as supported by a stability analysis of the system. Both the megahertz and gigahertz modes enter a self-sustained oscillation regime, leading to the intermodulation of two frequency combs in the optical field. We characterize this platform experimentally, demonstrating previously unexplored dynamical regimes. These results suggest the possibility to control multiple mechanical degrees of freedom via a single optical mode, with implications in gigahertz phononic devices, signal processing, and optical comb sensing applications., We acknowledge the support from the project LEIT funded by the European Research Council, H2020 Grant Agreement No. 885689. ICN2 is supported by the Severo Ochoa program from the Spanish Research Agency (AEI, Grant No. SEV-2017-0706) and by the CERCA Programme/Generalitat de Catalunya. R.C.N. acknowledges funding from the EU-H2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska Curie Individual Fellowship (Grant No. 897148). O.F. is supported by a BIST Ph.D. fellowship under the Marie Sklodowska Curie Grant Agreement (No. 754558). M.A. and S.S. gratefully acknowledge funding from the Villum Foundation Young Investigator Program (Grant No. 13170), the Danish National Research Foundation (Grant No. DNRF147—NanoPhoton), Innovation Fund Denmark (Grant No. 0175-00022—NEXUS), and Independent Research Fund Denmark (Grant No. 0135-00315—VAFL)., Peer reviewed




Dipòsit Digital de Documents de la UAB
oai:ddd.uab.cat:283469
Artículo científico (article). 2023

INTERMODULATION OF OPTICAL FREQUENCY COMBS IN A MULTIMODE OPTOMECHANICAL SYSTEM

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  • Ng, Ryan C.|||0000-0002-0527-9130
  • Nizet, Paul
  • Navarro Urrios, Daniel|||0000-0001-9055-1583
  • Arregui Bravo, Guillermo|||0000-0002-6458-5277
  • Albrechtsen, Marcus|||0000-0003-4226-0997
  • García Fernández, Pedro David|||0000-0002-3422-178X
  • Stobbe, Søren|||0000-0002-0991-041X
  • Sotomayor Torres, Clivia M.|||0000-0001-9986-2716
  • Madiot, Guilhem|||0000-0003-2662-4324
Phonons offer the possibility to connect the microwave and optical domains while being efficiently transduced with electronic and optical signals. Here, we present a multimodal optomechanical platform, consisting of a mechanical-optical-mechanical resonator configuration. The mechanical modes, with frequencies at 265 MHz and 6.8 GHz, can be simultaneously excited into a phonon lasing regime as supported by a stability analysis of the system. Both the megahertz and gigahertz modes enter a self-sustained oscillation regime, leading to the intermodulation of two frequency combs in the optical field. We characterize this platform experimentally, demonstrating previously unexplored dynamical regimes. These results suggest the possibility to control multiple mechanical degrees of freedom via a single optical mode, with implications in gigahertz phononic devices, signal processing, and optical comb sensing applications.




Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/341335
Dataset. 2023

INTERMODULATION OF OPTICAL FREQUENCY COMBS IN A MULTIMODE OPTOMECHANICAL SYSTEM: SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Ng, Ryan C.
  • Nizet, Paul
  • Navarro-Urrios, D.
  • Arregui, Guillermo
  • Albrechtsen, Marcus
  • García, Pedro David
  • Stobbe, Søren
  • Sotomayor Torres, C. M.
  • Madiot, Guilhem
4 pages. -- The Supplemental Information contains the following sections: Derivation of the mechanical susceptibilities. -- Geometrical parameters of the designed device. -- Determination of the lasing thresholds. -- Thermo-optic effect and free-carrier absorption. -- Intermodulation of MHz and GHz modes. -- Self-pulsing and other multimode lasing regimes. -- Numerical simulation details., Peer reviewed




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