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Periodic Anticoupling Structures for Parallel Optical Waveguides on LiNbO _{3}

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3 Author(s)
Grossard, N. ; Photline Technol., Besancon, France ; Hauden, J. ; Porte, H.

We report the design and the fabrication of an anticoupling structure allowing to bring close waveguides without inducing evanescent coupling between them. This method, inspired from a well-known phenomenon of quantum physics, consists in the introduction of a periodic perturbation of the waveguide structure. The aim is to optimize the relative position of the waveguides to the electrodes so as to increase the electro-optical overlaps, in particular in lithium niobate integrated modulator (LiNbO3).

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Lightwave Technology, Journal of  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 16 )