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Electro-optically modulated polarization mode conversion in lithium niobate ridge waveguides

@inproceedings{Yang2021ElectroopticallyMP,
  title={Electro-optically modulated polarization mode conversion in lithium niobate ridge waveguides},
  author={Guang Yang and Alexander V. Sergienko and Abdoulaye Ndao},
  year={2021}
}
Lithium niobate on insulator (LNOI) waveguides, as an emerging technology, have proven to offer a promising platform for integrated optics, due to their strong optical confinement comparable to silicon on insulator (SOI) waveguides, while possessing the versatile properties of lithium niobate, such as high electro-optic coefficients. In this paper, we show that mode hybridization, a phenomenon widely found in vertically asymmetric waveguides, can be efficiently modulated in an LNOI ridge… 

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