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An all-fibre electro-optic Kerr modulator

An all-fibre electro-optic Kerr modulator
An all-fibre electro-optic Kerr modulator
Optical modulators play an important role in optical fibre communication as well as fibre-sensor systems. Fibre modulators have been realised by several techniques such as elasto-optic phase modulators using PZT or PVF2, acousto-optic frequency shifters and acousto-optic amplitude modulators. Here we report a totally new and novel concept, a Kerr-effect phase modulator based on a fibre containing a pair of built-in electrodes
Li, Luksun
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Birch, Robin D.
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Payne, David N.
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Li, Luksun
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Birch, Robin D.
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Payne, David N.
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Li, Luksun, Birch, Robin D. and Payne, David N. (1986) An all-fibre electro-optic Kerr modulator. IEE Colloquium Advanced Fibre Waveguide Devices, United Kingdom.

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Abstract

Optical modulators play an important role in optical fibre communication as well as fibre-sensor systems. Fibre modulators have been realised by several techniques such as elasto-optic phase modulators using PZT or PVF2, acousto-optic frequency shifters and acousto-optic amplitude modulators. Here we report a totally new and novel concept, a Kerr-effect phase modulator based on a fibre containing a pair of built-in electrodes

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e-pub ahead of print date: 20 May 1986
Additional Information: Digest No. 1986/79
Venue - Dates: IEE Colloquium Advanced Fibre Waveguide Devices, United Kingdom, 1986-05-20

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Local EPrints ID: 77652
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77652
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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:30

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