Coupling of a single dipole with a nanofiber Bragg cavity (NFBC) approximating an actually fabricated structure was numerically analyzed using three dimensional finite-difference time-domain simulations for different dipole positions. For the given model structure, the Purcell factor and coupling efficiency reached to 19.1 and 82%, respectively, when the dipole is placed outside the surface of the fiber. Interestingly, these values are very close to the highest values of 20.2 and 84% obtained for the case when the dipole was located inside the fiber at the center. The analysis performed in this study will be useful in improving the performance of single-photon emitter-related quantum devices using NFBCs.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics