Abstract

We present a detailed study of a three-mode-coupling cavity optomechanical system where one mechanical mode and two optical whispering-gallery modes are coupled together. We extend the earlier investigation of regular optomechanically induced transparency (OMIT) [Science 330, 1520 (2010) [CrossRef]  ] in a more general case. A complete analytical description of the present system is obtained, and quantitative analyses of the Fano-shape OMIT spectrum are provided. It is clearly shown that a sharp and asymmetric Fano-shape OMIT lineshape, which is decided by the phase difference between the probe field and the mechanical driving, can be observed from the probe output.

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