Abstract

Existence of a wafer axial dependency in the activation energy (Ea) for the dc-drift of LiNbO3 modulators has been experimentally found. The Ea for the x-cut modulators is derived to be 0.2~0.5 eV, and 1 eV for the z-cut ones.

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