Abstract

Integrated optical systems offer high component density in a compact, stable and robust platform. However, there are many situations in which it is useful to transition from an integrated waveguide to an optical fiber, such as long distance transmission. The loss associated with coupling between the two platforms can be critical in applications such as quantum information processing (QIP).

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