Enhanced electro-optic effect in amorphous hydrogenated silicon based waveguides

Zelikson, M.; Salzman, J.
October 1992
Applied Physics Letters;10/5/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 14, p1664
Academic Journal
Measures the electro-optic effect in amorphous hydrogenated silicon based waveguides. Observation of the phase modulation with an applied voltage; Enhancement of the electro-optic phase modulation at high voltages; Explanation of the results in terms of a model.


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