Programmable electro-optic waveguide filter

Okayama, H.; Kawahara, M.
December 1992
Applied Physics Letters;12/7/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 23, p2753
Academic Journal
Proposes a programmable filter with a multisection electro-optic mode converter. Features of the electro-optic waveguide filter; Demonstration of the structure of the device; Usage of an equation in the wavelength showing an alteration in the filter center wavelength; Exhibition of the prototype device.


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