Abstract

The realization of high-performance components based on optical infinite impulse response (IIR) filter design theory is desirable for next-generation global optical networks. Previously proposed IIR filter synthesis methods are matrix factorization techniques for a lattice circuit usingring resonators. The size of ring resonator limits the bandwidth of the lattice filters. In this paper, two configurations of grating lattice filters are synthesized by using a scattering matrix representation for the grating. The grating is one of the most powerful optical elements both in fiber optics and photonic integrated circuits. One configuration is a serial grating lattice filter configuration and the other is a parallel grating lattice filter configuration. The actual frequency response of the synthesized grating lattice filter is calculated to show the design limitation due to the frequency response of the element gratings.

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