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DC Kerr Effect and Limits for Silicon Photonic Modulators

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Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate the universal presence of the DC Kerr effect in silicon modulators and report performance trends and theoretical limits for DC Kerr effect optimization with implications for both digital and analog applications.

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