Second order nonlinearity in doped polymer optical fibre

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This paper reports a simple technique to induce second order nonlinearity in doped electro-optic polymer optical fibre through direct electric poling. The nonlinear effect is measured through a simple yet highly accurate and sensitive transverse modulation scheme. Experimental results show that liquid crystal has the highest electro-optic effect among different nonlinear dopants. Some of the applications are briefly discussed.
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Ji, Philip
Peng, Gang-Ding
Chu, Pak
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2001
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