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Methods for Domain Control in Ferroelectric Crystals and Their Applications


Stanford Reference:

88-166


Abstract


Stanford researchers developed a nonlinear waveguiding optical converter in a solid state body. The waveguide is provided with compositionally differing region (domains) of dominant electrical polarization in succeeding regions transverse to the path of guided radiation. This invention describes chemical and electrical poling, as well as an improved optical converter having a solid state body which employs the same.

Applications


  • Nonlinear optics
  • Laser
  • Waveguide material
  • Waveguide component

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Patent Status



Date Released

 6/13/2001
 

Licensing Contact


Linda Chao, Senior Associate
linda.chao@stanford.edu
(650) 725-9408 (Direct)

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