Abstract

I present a theoretical analysis and study of a compound Fabry–Perot resonator consisting of two coupled Fabry–Perot étalons. The coupled resonator configuration studied contains a passive and nonabsorptive Fabry–Perot cavity coupled to an active Fabry–Perot cavity, the absorption of which can be adjusted. Mathematical relationships useful in the design and optimization of the structures with prescribed properties for device applications are given.

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