Properties of Lithium Niobate
The use of lithium niobate in signal filtering in TV sets and video cassette recorders is well established and it is finding increased application in optoelectronic modulation devices in DWDM (dense wavelength division multiplexing) fibre optic systems. Much LiNbO3 research has taken place in recent years. This fully illustrated volume brings electronic engineers, materials scientists and physicists up-to-date by enlisting the expertise of active researchers and presenting their considered reviews in the modular form which characterises the Datareviews series.
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STRUCTURE OF MODIFIED MATERIAL
ELECTRICAL AND PYROELECTRIC PROPERTIES
OPTICAL DIELECTRIC AND ELECTROOPTICAL PROPERTIES
LUMINESCENCE RAMAN AND ESR SPECTRA
absorption band acoustic wave annealing Appl axis beam benzoic acid birefringence c-axis characterised constant Datareview defects dependence devices dielectric diffraction doping elastic electric field electro-optic coefficients electro-optic effect erbium exchange experimental extraordinary refractive fabrication Ferroelectrics Ferroelectrics UK FIGURE film frequency growth heat IEEE impurities increase index profile Integrated Optics ions Korkishko laser lattice layer Lett Li2O LiNbO3 crystals LiNbO3 waveguides lithium niobate material measured method mode Netherlands non-linear observed obtained optical waveguides oxygen parameters phase phonon photorefractive effect Phys Phys.-Solid State USA piezoelectric polarisation Proc propagation properties proton proton concentration proton-exchanged waveguides range refractive index reported room temperature samples Sellmeier equation Solid spectra spectrum stoichiometric structure studied substrate surface surface acoustic waves TABLE technique thermal diffusivity undoped V.A. Fedorov values velocity wafer waveguides in LiNbO3 wavelength X-cut Y-cut Yu.N Z-cut