Jacob Scheuer, George T. Paloczi, Joyce K.S. Poon and Amnon Yariv
The development of a simple, solid-state-based technology to slow the propagation of light could prove an important step in the realization of the high-bit-rate communication systems of the future. The use of coupled resonator optical waveguides (CROWs) as practical elements to slow and store light pulses is one possibility.
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