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Reducing Actuation Nonlinearity of MEMS Phase Shifters for Reconfigurable Photonic Circuits

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Abstract

The low power consumption of MEMS actuators enables large-scale reconfigurable photonic circuits. However, insertion loss and actuation linearity need improvement. By simulations and experiments, we analyze the dominating design parameters affecting linearity and suggest improvements.

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