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|title: ||Integrated Optics Structures On Sol-Gel Derived Organic-Inorganic Hybrids For Optical Communications|
|authors: ||André, Paulo|
Fernandes, Vasco R.
Marques, C. A. F.
Marques, P. G.
Ferreira, Maria R.
|keywords: ||Integrated optics|
Waveguide Bragg grating
|issue date: ||2011|
|abstract: ||Organic-inorganic hybrid materials are a technologically key class of advanced multifunctional materials that fulfil the challenging strict requirements of the beginning of the century: higher levels of sophistication, miniaturisation, recyclability, reliability and low energy consumption with potential to be used as low-cost components in optical networks operating at high bit rates. In this work, high-rejection optical filters (19 dB) first-order Bragg gratings inscribed in channel waveguides written in thin films of sol-gel derived organic-inorganic hybrid based on methacrylic acid modified zirconium tetrapropoxide, Zr(OPr(n))(4), (so-called di-ureasils), using UV-laser direct-write method.|
|source: ||International Conference On Applications Of Optics And Photonics|
|appears in collections||FIS - Comunicações|
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