Optical power splitter based on waveguide had been simulated numerically using Finite Difference Beam Propagation Method (FDBPM). Proposed waveguide was designed in the form of simple directional coupler waveguide. The waveguide was contained SnO2nanomaterial as film or the guide part and the other supporting material as cladding with lower refractive index such as flint glasses. The waveguide used 2 μm of width to establish singlemode waveguide. The structure of waveguide is divided into three parts such as input, coupling and output part. While the waveguide was modified with angle in input and output parts to avoid coupling between waveguides. Furthermore, the proposed waveguide was analysed by varying the angle and coupling length. The analysed result shows that the waveguide has best performance in angle of 0.5 degrees and coupling length of 300 μm when the propagation loss was around 0.53%. Using the parameter, the output distribution percentage of waveguide approached 55%:44.5%. This performance indicated that the proposed waveguide can be used as optical power splitter. The application is very useful for optical telecommunication networking development.
|Journal of Physics: Conference Series
|Published - 25 Nov 2021
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