What are microring resonators? A looped method for guiding light within a small footprint (nanometer scale).
Microring resonators are an essential ingredient in silicon photonics because they are a very efficient way to guide light in extremely small spaces (nanometer scale). These optical waveguides are looped back on themselves to guide the light around in a circle until it reaches a targeted wavelength (resonance).
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