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Ferroelectric Thin-Film Waveguides in Integrated Optics and Optoelectronics

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Applied optics, Optics (light), Semi-conductors & super-conductors, Science/Mathematics, Crystallography, Science, Ferroelectric thin films, Integrated optics, Optical wave guides, Science / Crystallography, Ph
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Ferroelectric Thin-Film Waveguides in Integrated Optics and Optoelectronics Hardcover – January 1, by A M Prokhorov (Author)Cited by: 6. The book deals with correlated photons Ferroelectric Thin-Film Waveguides in Integrated Optics and Optoelectronics book quantum optics, the methods of producing them and a number of applications in biphoton spectroscopy and polarisation, graphics of the biphoton field.

In the majority of the experiments described in the book, the correlated pairs of the photons (by photons) were produced in the process of spontaneous parametric scattering of light.

Ferroelectric thin-film waveguides in integrated optics and optoelectronics By A M Prokhorov, O A Khachaturyan and Y S Kuzminov Topics: Engineering. a μm long Bragg grating waveguide using a BTO thin film.

A 27 nm wide stop band at μm was obtained [16].

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The grating waveguide can be potentially used as a modulator with an ultrawide bandwidth of greater than GHz. In this paper, the optical properties of high contrast structures using ferroelectric BTO thin films as the dielectricCited by: AbstractThin film ferroelectrics are being developed for integrated optics applications.

Their major advantage lies in their large electro-optic coefficients. Furthermore, they are nearly transparent from the mid-infrared to the visible spectral region. With the development of epitaxial deposition techniques for ferroelectrics, waveguide structures with low optical loss have been by: Integration of Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Thin Films: This book contains four parts.

The first one is dedicated to concepts. The last part gives a survey of state of the art applications using integrated piezo or/and ferroelectric films.

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Reviews "While of course technical, the book is clearly written, well-illustrated, and includes. The aim of the present review is to introduce the reader to the unique optical functionalities that complex ferroelectric oxide thin films offer, particularly with a view to integrated optics, 3.

Recent advances in the development of high quality thin films of ferroelectric materials have created renewed interest in ferroelectric random access memory (FERRAM) devices.

At the present time, several groups are pursuing the development of FERRAMs, where a thin film ferroelectric capacitor memory element is integrated either adjacent to or directly above the circuit elements in a standard Cited by:   ROBERT EASON, PhD, is Professor of Optoelectronics at the Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC) at the University of Southampton, UK, and a member of the ORC Management sor Eason has more than journal and conference publications to his credit.

His achievements in PLD include the world's first lasing PLD waveguide (Nd:GGG on YAG), quasi-three. INTEGRATED OPTICS brevity of this chapter relative to the work in the field, much of the coverage is necessarily limited. The reader is referred to Refs 1 – 13 for more detailed information at a variety of levels.

3 DEVICE PHYSICS Optical Waveguides Central to integrated optics is the concept of guiding light in dielectric waveguideFile Size: 3MB. Optical waveguides fabricated from these materials may enable applications in integrated optics such as frequency doublers and modulators.

Although the principal work in our laboratory is on oxide heterostructures on GaAs and sapphire, the introduction highlights the progress of other by: 5. Ferroelectric thin films of perovskite structures were first deposited by the thermal evaporation of BT in the s after the discovery of the BT single crystal.1 In the s, the sputtering process was applied for the deposition of the perovskite materials.

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The past five years have witnessed some dramatic developments in the general area of ferroelectric thin films materials and devices. Ferroelectrics are not new materials by any stretch ofimagination.

Indeed, they have been known since the early partofthis century and popular ferroelectric materials such as Barium Titanate have been in use since. Optical losses are a barrier to use of ferroelectric waveguide thin films.

Losses of about 2 dB/cm will reduce the efficiency of a frequency doubler by over 50%. Ferroelectric thin film photonic crystal waveguide and its electro-optic properties. P T Lin 1, Z Liu 1 and B W Wessels 1,2. Published 6 May • IOP Publishing Ltd Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics, Vol Number 7Cited by: In this work, optical properties of epitaxial CaxBa1-xNb2O6, CBN (x = ) thin film based waveguides are studied at nm optical communications wavelength.

CBN thin films are deposited epitaxially on MgO substrates using Pulsed Laser Deposition and characterized by prism coupling to extract the refractive index and propagation loss.

It is shown that the 2 µm-thick epitaxial CBN Cited by: 2. Epitaxial films of complex oxide compounds --Liquid-phase epitaxy of ferroelectrics --Influence of electric current upon liquid-phase epitaxy of ferroelectrics --Structure and composition of light guiding films --Physical properties of waveguide layers --Thin-film structure in integrated optics.

The impetus for the rapid development of thin film technology, relative to that of bulk materials, is its application to a variety of microelectronic products. Many of the characteristics of thin film ferroelectric materials are utilized in the development of these products - namely, their nonvolatile memory and piezoelectric, pyroelectric, and electro-optic properties.

Ferroelectric thin-film waveguides in integrated optics and optoelectronics. Cambridge: Cambridge International Science, (DLC)gb Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: A M Prokhorov.

Using these ferroelectric oxide thin films, we have developed a photonic integrated circuit (PIC) 22,23, where waveguides with a loss of dB/cm, VOAs, and a high-speed optical Author: Shunsuke Abe, Tomoki Joichi, Kouichiro Uekusa, Hideo Hara, Shin Masuda.

Besides applications as electro-optic, nonlinear optical and other optical films in photonics [80,], ferroelectric and related dielectric films (later, simply called ferroelectric films) play important roles in electronics as device elements, such as capacitor, nonvolatile FeRAM (random access memory), piezoelectric transducer, pyroelectric temperature sensor, and element of surface elastic wave device.

Abstract. Permanent refractive-index gratings in waveguide devices are of considerable interest for optical communication systems that make use of the high spectral selectivity of holographic filters, e.g.

dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) or narrow-bandwidth mirrors for integrated waveguide lasers in LiNbO possible applications include grating couplers and optical : D. Kip, J.

Hukriede, D. Runde. AB - Thin film ferroelectrics are being developed for integrated optics applications. Their major advantage lies in their large electro-optic coefficients. Furthermore, they are nearly transparent from the mid-infrared to the visible spectral by: The photo-ferroelectrics are a special class of ferroelectrics to be used for optical processing of information, memory and display in integrated optoelectronics.

They have better device potentials for electro-optical switching, modulation and wave : H. Tiwary. Description: Offers coverage of optical devices utilized in communication and information processing systems, highlighting the physics of optoelectronics necessary for both hybrid and monolithic optical integrated circuits.

The text aims to bridge the gap between thin-film switches and active semiconductors by analyzing lithium niobate as well. Ferroelectric Thin Films X: Volume (MRS Proceedings) [Stephen R.

Gilbert, Susan Trolier-McKinstry, Yoichi Miyasaka, Stephen K. Streiffer, Dirk J. Wouters] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book, the tenth in a highly successful series from the Materials Research Society, presents technical information on ferroelectric thin films from academia.

Thin film ferroelectrics are being developed for integrated optics applications. Their major advantage lies in their large electro-optic coefficients. Furthermore, they are nearly transparent from the mid-infrared to the visible spectral region. With the development of epitaxial deposition techniques for ferroelectrics, waveguide structures with low optical loss have been demonstrated.

Through. The book is a completely new survey of the most recent advances in the areas of integrated optics and optelectronics. Written by nine authors who are internationally recognized authorities in their areas, the book contains chapters on optical waveguides, lightwave junctions and other thin-film components, lithium-niobate (LiNbO3) devices, guided-mode semiconductor (GaAs and related) lasers and.

Light is used in optoelectronics and optical fiber telecommunication for data book the terms “light” and “electro-magnetic radiation from near infrared range” will be used interchangeably.

2 Fig. Electromagnetic radiation spectrum The optical fiber is a waveguide used for File Size: 2MB. An overview of the state of art in ferroelectric thin films is presented. First, we review applications: microsystems’ applications, applications in high Cited by:.

Present work reports successful pre paration of thin transparent homogeous films of ferroelectric TGS and PVF2 by a spin technique and their characterization for application in 10 waveguides. The characterization were done by observing modelines through a Author: H.

V. Tiwary, G. K. Tiwari.The electric-field-dependent optical response of these materials makes them important for optical devices, such as modulators or beam deflectors. In the inexorable drive to miniaturization, the concept of integrated thin film optical devices has led to the incorporation of ferroelectric thin films on single-crystal by: 6.We investigate efficient second harmonic generation in reverse proton exchanged Lithium Niobate waveguides.

In z-cut crystals, the resulting buried and surface guides support TM and TE polarizations, respectively, and are coupled through the d31 nonlinear element. Numerically estimated conversion efficiencies in planar structures operating at µm reach 90% in 2cm or a normalized 14% µm/Wcm.