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Magnetooptical modulator with crystal in a separated auxiliary field

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Abstract

The classical magnetooptic modulator based on Faraday rotation is improved by using the separated auxiliary field instead of a perpendicular one. Theoretical analysis indicates an improvement in some modulator parameters. Experiments have confirmed growth of the modulation depth and reduction in nonlinear characteristics of the modulator.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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