Data for: Nonlinear signal processing in a chalcogenide plasmonic nanoresonator

Published: 20 May 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/y224vrc69k.1
fatemeh dahmarde


We have numerically studied the quasi pulse evaluation in a nonlinear metal-dielectric-metal (MDM) plasmonic nanoresonator at telecom wavelength. In this system a MDM waveguide, vertically coupled to stub filled with nonlinear chalcogenide glasses to make a nonlinear plasmonic nanoresonator (NPNR). NPNR shows two kinds of optical bistability i.e. S-type and Z-type. The effect of S-type and Z-type bistability on the Gaussian input pulse is studied numerically and showed that the output pulses are square pulse for S-type and nearly dark soliton shape for Z-type pulse if the peak input intensity larger than critical intensity. The output shape of pulse is strongly depending on the input peak power of pulse so such signal processing refers to all optical self-signal processing.



Nonlinear Signal Processing