Wolfgang Sohler, Hui Hu, Raimund Ricken, Viktor Quiring, Christoph Vannahme, Harald Herrmann, Daniel Büchter, Selim Reza, Werner Grundkötter, Sergey Orlov, Hubertus Suche, Rahman Nouroozi and Yoohong Min
Researchers have developed an array of new optical devices based on lithium niobate, 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.
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Publish Date: 01 January 2008
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