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Passive integrated components using buried waveguides in a specific glass

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Abstract

Passive components like dividers, concentrators, multi/demultiplexers are useful for local area networks. The advantages of integrated optics are its potential low production cost and the reproducibility of the characteristics of the components.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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