Abstract

Lithium niobate offers incredible versatility as a substrate for integrated optics. Researchers have developed an array of new optical devices based on this material, including waveguide structures, electro-optical wavelength filters and polarization controllers, lasers with remarkable properties, nonlinear frequency converters of exceptional efficiency, ultrafast all-optical signal processing devices and single photon sources.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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