Abstract

We demonstrate strong nonlinearities of n2=8.6±1.1×1015cm2W1 in single-crystal silicon carbide (SiC) at a wavelength of 2360 nm. We use a high-confinement SiC waveguide fabricated based on a high-temperature smart-cut process.

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