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Coupling light emission of single-photon sources into single-mode fibers: mode matching, coupling efficiencies, and thermo-optical effects
Citation key 2022_08_Schwab
Author Julian Schwab and Ksenia Weber and Johannes Drozella and Carlos Jimenez and Alois Herkommer and Lucas Bremer and Stephan Reitzenstein and Harald Giessen
Pages 32292–32305
Year 2022
DOI 10.1364/OE.465101
Journal Opt. Express
Volume 30
Number 18
Month Aug
Publisher Optica Publishing Group
Abstract We discuss the coupling efficiency of single-photon sources into single-mode fibers using 3D printed micro-optical lens designs. Using the wave propagation method, we optimize lens systems for two different quantum light sources and assess the results in terms of maximum coupling efficiencies, misalignment effects, and thermo-optical influences. Thereby, we compare singlet lens designs with one lens printed onto the fiber with doublet lens designs with an additional lens printed onto the semiconductor substrate. The single-photon sources are quantum dots based on microlenses and circular Bragg grating cavities at 930 nm and 1550 nm, respectively.
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