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Reconfigurable chaos in electro-optomechanical system with negative Duffing resonators

Leisheng Jin, Yufeng Guo, Xincun Ji, Lijie Li Orcid Logo

Scientific Reports, Volume: 7, Issue: 1

Swansea University Author: Lijie Li Orcid Logo

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Generating various laser sources is important in the communication systems. We propose an approach that uses a mechanical resonator coupled with the optical fibre system to produce periodic and chaotic optical signals. The resonator is structured in such a way that the nonlinear oscillation occurs c...

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ISSN: 2045-2322
Published: NPG 2017
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title Reconfigurable chaos in electro-optomechanical system with negative Duffing resonators
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title_short Reconfigurable chaos in electro-optomechanical system with negative Duffing resonators
title_full Reconfigurable chaos in electro-optomechanical system with negative Duffing resonators
title_fullStr Reconfigurable chaos in electro-optomechanical system with negative Duffing resonators
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description Generating various laser sources is important in the communication systems. We propose an approach that uses a mechanical resonator coupled with the optical fibre system to produce periodic and chaotic optical signals. The resonator is structured in such a way that the nonlinear oscillation occurs conveniently. The mechanical apparatus in the configuration is the well known resonating system featured by the negative stiffness. The mechanical resonance is converted to reflected optical signal with the same dynamic properties as the mechanical oscillation, subsequently interacting with the optical signal within the optical fibre. The optical radiative force on the mechanical structure is also considered in the analysis. The coupled electro-optomechanical system has been analysed, and results show that the mechanical resonator has the capability to control the dynamics of the optical signal precisely. The system will have potential applications in tunable laser sources.
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