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Near-resonance electro-optic activity enhancement and improved modulation performance for polymer based Fabry–Pérot interferometers
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Fabry–Pérot interferometers(FPIs) are designed to work near and off the absorption resonance of an electro-optic (EO) polymer. The near-resonance EO activity (EO coefficient at ) is enhanced over that off resonance ( at ). The full width at half maximum of the FPI transmission band is near resonance compared to off resonance. The modulation performance can, therefore, be improved with a modulation ratio increased to near resonance (at ) from off resonance (at ). The modulation speed is approximately megahertz and can be increased to greater than gigahertz with improved circuit design.
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