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Electro‐optical structure with high speed and high reflectivity modulation
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9.Electronic mail: F67434vm.biu.ac.il The structure consisting of Schottky-like modules with the inner modules as shown in (a), the total geometric structure as shown in (b), and the energy band scheme of the structures shown in (c). Reflectivity vs incidence angle at a wavelength of 1.55 μm for no applied bias (solid curve), and a 6 V per module bias (dashed curve). Also shown is the difference in the phase of the reflected light for the two reflectivity curves.
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