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OPTICAL COMMUNICATION NETWORKS

Fabry Perot Filter Analysis and Simulation

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` Fabry-Parot Filter consist of the cavity formed by two highly reflective mirrors placed parallel to each

other , as shown in the figure 1.The input light beam to the filter enters the first mirror at right angles to

its surface. The output of the filter is the light beam leaving the second mirror. This filter is called Fabry-

Parot or etalon. This is a classical device that has been used widely in interferometric applications. Fabry-

Parot filters have been used for WDM in several optical network test beds. There are better filters today,

such as thin film resonant multi cavity filter and they can still be viewed as Fabry-Perot filter. This type of

filter transmits a narrow band of wavelengths and rejects wavelengths outside of that band. `n interesting

feature of this type of filter is its ability to "select" a different peak wavelength as the filter is tilted.

The basic concept of an FP filter is shown in fig. 1.1.It was described first by Fabry Charles and

`lbert Perot in 1899.Two highly reflective planner plates are accurately positioned in parallel and thus

from cavity. ` light beam entering the cavity is reflected multiple times between the plates. Each time

when the beam hits a plate, a small part of its power escapes. When the two plates are align perfectly in

parallel, the multiple beams escaping at each side of the FP cavity are exactly parallel. Each beam has a

fixed phase difference with respect to the preceding one; this phase difference corresponds to the extra

path length travelled in the cavity.

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If the transmitted beams are out-of-phase, destructive interference occurs and this corresponds to a

transmission minimum. Whether the multiply-reflected beams are in-phase or not depends on the

wavelength (Ȝ) of the light (in vacuum), the angle the light travels through the etalon (ș), the thickness of

the etalon (l) and theVrefractive indexVof the material between the reflecting surfaces (n).The phase

difference between each succeeding reflection is given by į

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If both surfaces have a reflectance !, the transmittance function of the etalon is given by:

Maximum transmission (Te = 1) occurs when the optical length difference ( u$ %) between each

transmitted beam is an integer multiple of the wavelength. In the absence of absorption, the reflectance of

the etalon Reis the complement of the transmittance, such that Te + Re = 1. The maximum reflectivity is

given by:

The wavelength separation between adjacent transmission peaks is called the free spectral range (FSR) of

the etalon, ǻȜ, and is given by:

Where Ȝ0 is the central wavelength of the nearest transmission peak, and the FSR is related to the full-

width half-maximum, įȜ , of any one transmission band by a quantity known as the u :

The power transfer function of the filter is the fraction of the input light power that is transmitted by the

filter as a function of optical frequency ! or wavelength. For the Fabry-Perot filter, this function is given

by

This is also can be expressed in terms of the optical free space wave length as

Here ` denotes the absorption loss of each mirror, which is the fraction of incident light that Etalons with

high finesse show sharper transmission peaks with lower minimum transmission coefficients. ` Fabry-

Pérot interferometer differs from a Fabry-Pérot etalon in the fact that the distance between the plates can

be tuned in order to change the wavelengths at which transmission peaks occur in the interferometer. Due

to the angle dependence of the transmission, the peaks can also be shifted by rotating the etalon with

respect to the beam.

Theoretical simulation is employed to determine the factors that control the Fabry-Perot filter using

M`TL` . ` written code for event simulation model using M`TL` has been done to plot three

important parameters that determine the performance and the efficiency when it comes to design the

Fabry-Perot filter. The first plot is about the transmitted intensity versus the mirror reflectivity of the

filter. The second plot is about the finesse and the mirror reflectivity. The finesse isV an important

parameter that determines the performance of a Fabry-Perot filter. Conceptually, finesse can be thought of

as the number of beams interfering within the Fabry-Perot cavity to form the standing wave.

The primary factor that affects finesse is the reflectance ! of the Fabry-Perot mirrors, which directly

affects the number of beams circulating inside the cavity. The finesse as a function of the reflectance is

defined in equation (4) above.

`nother important factor in the design of the filter is the contrast factor which is defined primarily as the

ratio of the maximum to minimum transmission (i.e. the ratio in the intensity transmission values of the

peaks and the troughs shown in Figure (3.1).

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Simple analysis of Fabry-Perot interferometers assumes a perfectly parallel plate cavity with two mirrors.

Low cost practical cavity will always have deviation from the standard analytical model. `n attempt is

made to analyze the factors that control and affect the performance and the design of the Fabry-Perot

filter versus the parameter that control those factors.

` higher finesse value indicates a greater number of interfering beams within the cavity, and hence a

more complete interference process.

The equation and the plots also show that a linear increase in finesse, translates into a quadratic increase

in the value of the contrast factor.V Since the contrast factor and the finesse are directly proportional to

each other. The plots also shows that ` higher finesse value indicates a greater number of interfering

beams within the cavity, and hence a more complete interference process.

M`TL` is a great and easy tool to use to simulate optical electronics.

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California, page- 130-134.

[2]. .E.`. Saleh and M.C. Teich, ³u u u

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York, page-314.

[3]. M orn and E Wolf, ³u

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[4] Keiser G., ³Optical Fiber CommunicationsX, 3rd Edition, McGR`W-HILL, oston (US`), 2000,

page - 166 ± 171

[5]. Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabry-PerotV

[6]. Micron Optics http://micronoptics.comVV

[7]. Math works Website for M`TL` http://mathworks.com V

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