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Silica waveguide electrooptic modulator employing push-pull electrodes

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An unpoled electrooptic material is used as the cladding on a silica waveguide interferometer to form an optical modulator operating at microwave frequencies. Two electrodes in a push-pull configuration are shown to increase modulation depth.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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