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Self-Written Waveguide Optical Pin Fabricated Using Photomask Transfer Method

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This letter reports on a new self-written waveguide (SWW) optical interconnection pin. The SWW-pin is formed directly on an optical device using a photomask transfer method and has a 45deg mirror on the end-face. The processed end-face provides 90deg optical path redirection and enables strict handling and alignment in optical interconnections on an optoelectronic printed-wiring board. We present 90deg path redirection characteristics of an SWW-pin having a coupling loss of 1.1 dB

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Photonics Technology Letters, IEEE  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 19 )

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Oct.1, 2006

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