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    1. Nakagawa, Y; Yawata, M; Kakio, S
      Enhancement of photoelasticity assisted by surface acoustic wave and its application to the optical modulator

      ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN JAPAN PART II-ELECTRONICS
    2. Mao, HB; Ke, JH; Xing, PS; Lai, ZS
      Characterization of micromechanical optical modulator

      JOURNAL OF MICROELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS
    3. Yoshida, K; Takeuchi, H; Kanaya, H; Kanda, T; Uchiyama, T; Wang, Z
      Broadband and low driving-voltage LiNbO3 optical modulator with high Tc superconducting transmission line

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
    4. Dana, SK; Ueda, T; Tsutsumi, M
      Optical isolator-modulator in a microstrip line on yttrium iron garnet single crystal

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRONICS
    5. Garzia, F; Sibilia, C; Bertolotti, M
      New phase modulation technique based on spatial soliton switching

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    6. Chouanine, L
      Nanotribology of thin films in a lithium niobate optical waveguide modulator LiNbO3-Ti(20nm)-Pt(10nm)-Au(100nm)-Au(10 mu m) using depth-sensing nanoindentation and scratching techniques

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    7. Coppola, G; Irace, A; Iodice, M; Cutolo, A
      Simulation and analysis of a high-efficiency silicon optoelectronic modulator based on a Bragg mirror

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    8. Kawanishi, T; Kogo, K; Oikawa, S; Izutsu, M
      Direct measurement of chirp parameters of high-speed Mach-Zehnder-type optical modulators

      OPTICS COMMUNICATIONS
    9. Ozeki, Y; Higuma, K; Oikawa, S; Kishi, M; Tsuchiya, M
      A 60-GHz optoelectronic mixing scheme of high image and carrier rejection ratios with an integrated optical single-sideband modulator employed

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    10. Nirmalathas, A; Lim, C; Novak, D; Waterhouse, RB
      Progress in millimeter-wave fiber-radio access networks

      ANNALES DES TELECOMMUNICATIONS-ANNALS OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
    11. Tada, K; Arakawa, T; Kazuma, K; Kurosawa, N; Noh, JH
      Influence of one monolay er thickness variation in GaAs/AlGaAs five-layer asymmetric coupled quantum well upon electrorefractive index change

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    12. Kuwamura, Y; Nishiuma, Y; Yamada, M
      Design of a surface-illuminated-type semiconductor optical modulator with multi-quantum-well structures

      ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN JAPAN PART II-ELECTRONICS
    13. Solymar, L; Kalinin, V
      Nonlinear and linearized solutions for edge effects in thin photorefractive materials

      JOURNAL OF OPTICS A-PURE AND APPLIED OPTICS
    14. Murata, H; Morimoto, A; Kobayashi, T; Yamamoto, S
      Optical pulse generation by electrooptic-modulation method and its application to integrated ultrashort pulse generators

      IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTUM ELECTRONICS
    15. Wooten, EL; Kissa, KM; Yi-Yan, A; Murphy, EJ; Lafaw, DA; Hallemeier, PF; Maack, D; Attanasio, DV; Fritz, DJ; McBrien, GJ; Bossi, DE
      A review of lithium niobate modulators for fiber-optic communications systems

      IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTUM ELECTRONICS
    16. Muto, S; Tatsuzawa, Y
      Optical functional waveguide devices using optically active polymers

      POLYMERS FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
    17. Dainesi, P; Kung, A; Chabloz, M; Lagos, A; Fluckiger, P; Ionescu, A; Fazan, P; Declerq, M; Renaud, P; Robert, P
      CMOS compatible fully integrated Mach-Zehnder interferometer in SOI technology

      IEEE PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    18. Tajima, K; Kobayashi, R; Kuwabara, N; Tokuda, M
      Improving design method for sensitivity and frequency response of E-field sensor using a Mach-Zehnder interferometer

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRONICS
    19. Allard, M; Masut, RA; Boudreau, M
      Temperature determination in optoelectronic waveguide modulators

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    20. Cartledge, JC
      Combining self-phase modulation and optimum modulation conditions to improve the performance of 10-Gb/s transmission systems using MQW Mach-Zehnder modulators

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    21. Zhou, J; Taylor, HF
      Effect of velocity mismatch and microwave attenuation on time-domain response of traveling-wave electrooptic modulators

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    22. Wang, H; Huang, W; Jain, F
      Surface acoustic wave induced birefringence in In0.21Ga0.79As-GaAs multiple quantum wells for optical modulation similar to 1000 nm under normal incidence

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFRARED AND MILLIMETER WAVES
    23. Ang, TW; Reed, GT; Evans, AGR; Routley, PR; Josey, MR
      Fabrication of silicon-blazed gratings for couplers

      FIBER AND INTEGRATED OPTICS
    24. Bhatnagar, A; Allsopp, DWE; Chen, X; Earnshaw, MP; Batty, W
      Electrorefraction associated with Wannier-Stark localization in strongly coupled three-quantum-well structures

      IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS
    25. Susa, N
      Change in transmittance due to free carriers in two-dimensional photonic crystals

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    26. Arakawa, T; Tada, K; Kurosawa, N; Noh, JH
      Anomalous sharp dip of large field-induced refractive index change in GaAs/AlGaAs five-layer asymmetric coupled quantum well

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    27. Yamatoya, T; Koyama, F; Iga, K
      Noise suppression and intensity modulation in gain-saturated semiconductoroptical amplifiers and its application to spectrum-sliced light sources

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 2-LETTERS
    28. Nagano, N; Soda, M; Tezuka, H; Suzaki, T; Honjo, K
      AlGaAs/GaAs HBT ICs for 20-Gb/s optical transmission systems

      IEICE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTRONICS
    29. Chang, WC; Hou, HC
      Switching characteristics of Ni : LiNbO3 directional couplers with two types of waveguide structures

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    30. Chang, WC; Lee, YH; Fang, JD
      The novel architectures of smart optoelectronic logic circuits based on directional couplers

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    31. Chang, WC; Sue, CY; Ko, CH; Hsun, MY; Chang, LY; Liu, HY
      Ni : LiNBO3 Mach-Zehnder modulators with a combinatorial-type waveguide structure

      MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    32. Cartledge, JC
      Optimizing the bias and modulation voltages of MQW Mach-Zehnder modulatorsfor 10 Gb/s transmission on nondispersion shifted fiber

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    33. Burns, WK; Howerton, MM; Moeller, RP; Krahenbuhl, R; McElhanon, RW; Greenblatt, AS
      Low drive voltage, broad-band LiNbO3 modulators with and without etched ridges

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    34. Gaugitsch, M; Hauser, H
      Optimization of a magneto-optical light modulator - Part II: Modeling and measurement of Faraday and Kerr effects

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    35. Walklin, S; Conradi, J
      Multilevel signaling for increasing the reach of 10 Gb/s lightwave systems

      JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY
    36. Ohsedo, Y; Imae, T; Shirota, Y
      Synthesis and electrochromic properties of methacrylate copolymers containing pendant terthiophene and oligo(ethyleneoxide) moieties

      SYNTHETIC METALS
    37. Bitou, Y; Osugi, Y; Minemoto, T
      High-speed and high-contrast incoherent-to-coherent converter that uses a GaAs single crystal

      OPTICAL ENGINEERING
    38. Ortiz, V; Mula, G; Pelekanos, NT
      Multiperiod piezoelectric-barrier all-optical light modulator

      MICROELECTRONICS JOURNAL
    39. Koshiba, M; Tsuji, Y; Nishio, M
      Finite-element modeling of broad-band traveling-wave optical modulators

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    40. Dagli, N
      Wide-bandwidth lasers and modulators for RF photonics

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    41. Yoshida, K; Kanda, Y; Kohjiro, S
      A traveling-wave-type LiNbO3 optical modulator with superconducting electrodes

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    42. Ghione, G; Goano, M; Madonna, G; Omegna, G; Pirola, M; Bosso, S; Frassati, D; Perasso, A
      Microwave modeling and characterization of thick coplanar waveguides on oxide-coated lithium niobate substrates for electrooptical applications

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    43. Shin, M; Hong, S
      A novel linearization method of multiple quantum well (MQW) electroabsorption analog modulator

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    44. Kuwamura, Y; Yamada, M
      Design and fabrication of a surface-illuminated-type semiconductor opticalmodulator with electron-depleting absorption control

      ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS IN JAPAN PART II-ELECTRONICS
    45. AHLAND A; SCHULZ D; VOGES E
      MODELING AND DESIGN OF ELECTROABSORPTION MODULATORS ON GAINASP

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    46. Mitomi, O; Noguchi, K; Miyazawa, H
      Broadband and low driving-voltage LiNbO3 optical modulators

      IEE PROCEEDINGS-OPTOELECTRONICS
    47. MOYER RS; GRENCAVICH R; JUDD FF; KERSHNER RC; MINFORD WJ; SMITH RW
      DESIGN AND QUALIFICATION OF HERMETICALLY PACKAGED LITHIUM-NIOBATE OPTICAL MODULATOR

      IEEE transactions on components, packaging, and manufacturing technology. Part B, Advanced packaging
    48. MATSUDA M; MORITO K; YAMAJI K; FUJII T; KOTAKI Y
      A NOVEL METHOD FOR DESIGNING CHIRP CHARACTERISTICS IN ELECTROABSORPTION MQW OPTICAL MODULATORS

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    49. FUJIMA I; IWASAKI S; SETA K
      HIGH-RESOLUTION DISTANCE METER USING OPTICAL-INTENSITY MODULATION AT 28 GHZ

      Measurement science & technology
    50. ANGUITA J; BRIONES F
      HF H2O VAPOR ETCHING OF SIO2 SACRIFICIAL LAYER FOR LARGE-AREA SURFACE-MICROMACHINED MEMBRANES/

      Sensors and actuators. A, Physical
    51. YAMAGUCHI M; KUDO K; YAMAZAKI H; ISHIZAKA M; SASAKI T
      WIDE-WAVELENGTH-RANGE MODULATOR-INTEGRATED DFB LASER-DIODES FABRICATED ON A SINGLE-WAFER

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    52. NOGUCHI K; MIYAZAWA H; MITOMI O
      40-GBIT S TI-LINBO3 OPTICAL MODULATOR WITH A 2-STAGE ELECTRODE/

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    53. MADABHUSHI R
      MICROWAVE ATTENUATION REDUCTION TECHNIQUES FOR WIDE-BAND TI-LINBO3 OPTICAL MODULATORS

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    54. YIP RYF; DESJARDINS P; ISNARD L; AITOUALI A; BENSAADA A; MARCHAND H; BREBNER JL; CURRIE JF; MASUT RA
      BAND ALIGNMENT AND BARRIER HEIGHT CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE QUANTUM-CONFINED STARK-EFFECT

      Journal of vacuum science & technology. A. Vacuum, surfaces, and films
    55. CARTLEDGE JC
      COMPARISON OF EFFECTIVE ALPHA-PARAMETERS FOR SEMICONDUCTOR MACH-ZEHNDER OPTICAL MODULATORS

      Journal of lightwave technology
    56. KURATA T; FUKADA C; FUCHIGAMI H; HAMANO K; TSUNODA S
      DEVICE CHARACTERISTICS AND ITS OPERATION MECHANISM OF A FET-TYPE WAVE-GUIDE MODULATOR USING ALPHA-SEXITHIENYL

      Thin solid films
    57. ORTIZ V; PELEKANOS NT; MULA G
      II-VI PIEZOELECTRIC-BARRIER HETEROSTRUCTURE FOR INFRARED LIGHT-MODULATION

      Journal of crystal growth
    58. YIP RYF; DESJARDINS P; ISNARD L; AITOUALI A; MARCHAND H; BREBNER JL; CURRIE JF; MASUT RA
      BAND ALIGNMENT ENGINEERING FOR HIGH-SPEED, LOW DRIVE FIELD QUANTUM-CONFINED STARK-EFFECT DEVICES

      Journal of applied physics
    59. Helkey, R
      Relative-intensity-noise cancellation in bandpass external-modulation links

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON MICROWAVE THEORY AND TECHNIQUES
    60. AHLAND A; SCHULZ D; VOGES E
      EFFICIENT MODELING OF THE OPTICAL-PROPERTIES OF MQW MODULATORS ON INGAASP WITH ABSORPTION-EDGE MERGING

      IEEE journal of quantum electronics
    61. KANDA Y; YOSHIDA K; UEZONO I
      DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF LINBO3 OPTICAL MODULATOR WITH A SUPERCONDUCTING ELECTRODE

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    62. YAMANOUCHI K; KOTANI K; YAO H
      PHASE MODULATION OF THE LIGHT-WAVE PROPAGATING IN AN OPTICAL-FIBER BYACOUSTIC-WAVES

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    63. TAJIMA K; KUWABARA N; KOBAYASHI R; TOKUDA M
      EVALUATION OF AN ELECTRIC-FIELD SENSOR WITH VERY SMALL ELEMENTS USINGA MACH-ZEHNDER INTERFEROMETER

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 1, Communications
    64. KOBAYASHI R; TAJIMA K; KUWABARA N; TOKUDA M
      THEORETICAL-ANALYSIS OF THE SENSITIVITY OF ELECTRIC-FIELD SENSORS USING LINBO3 OPTICAL MODULATOR

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 1, Communications
    65. WANG WD; TAVLYKAEV R; RAMASWAMY RV
      BANDPASS TRAVELING-WAVE MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATOR IN LINBO3 WITH DOMAIN REVERSAL

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    66. WALKLIN S; CONRADI J
      EFFECT OF MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATOR DC EXTINCTION RATIO ON RESIDUAL CHIRP-INDUCED DISPERSION IN 10-GB S BINARY AND AM-PSK DUOBINARY LIGHTWAVE SYSTEMS/

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    67. WATSON CD; WILSON MFG
      PROPOSAL FOR A 94-GHZ PHASE-REVERSAL OPTICAL MODULATOR USING A LOADEDTRANSMISSION-LINE

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    68. FOX GR; DAMJANOVIC D
      ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SPUTTER-DEPOSITED ZNO COATINGS ON OPTICAL FIBERS

      Sensors and actuators. A, Physical
    69. THOMAS HJ; IMAI N; OGAWA E
      AN ALL-OPTICAL BASE STATION FOR MMW MICRO-CELL RADIO USING MICROWAVE-OPTICAL MIXING IN LINBO3 MODULATORS

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    70. LAWETZ C; CARTLEDGE JC; ROLLAND C; YU J
      MODULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF SEMICONDUCTOR MACH-ZEHNDER OPTICAL MODULATORS

      Journal of lightwave technology
    71. IWAI T; SATO K; SUTO K
      REDUCTION OF DISPERSION-INDUCED DISTORTION IN SCM TRANSMISSION-SYSTEMS BY USING PREDISTORTION-LINEARIZED MQW-EA MODULATORS

      Journal of lightwave technology
    72. VONSOVICI A; OROBTCHOUK R; KOSTER A
      NUMERICAL-SIMULATION OF A SILICON-ON-INSULATOR WAVE-GUIDE FABRY-PEROT-INTERFEROMETER FOR INTENSITY LIGHT MODULATORS AT 1.3 MU-M

      Journal of lightwave technology
    73. LI DQ; YANG XG; MCBRANCH D
      MOLECULAR ARCHITECTURE OF CALIXARENES AND THEIR SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS AND MULTILAYERS FOR NONLINEAR-OPTICAL (NLO) APPLICATIONS

      Synthetic metals
    74. ANDREONI A; BONDANI M; DITRAPANI P
      2-FOLD MODE-LOCKING BY AMPLITUDE-MODULATION AT NEIGHBORING HARMONICS OF THE LASER-CAVITY FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY

      Optical and quantum electronics
    75. LI SP; CHAN KT
      MULTICHANNEL AND MULTIWAVELENGTH OPTICAL MODULATION WITH A SINGLE SINUSOIDAL PHASE GRATING

      Optics communications
    76. WU RH; CHEN ZB; CHEN HD; GAO WZ; ZHAO J
      THE MODE CONTROL OF ASYMMETRIC FABRY-PEROT OPTICAL MODULATORS WITH MULTIPLE-QUANTUM WELLS

      IEEE journal of quantum electronics
    77. KATO N; MOTOHIRO T; ICHIKAWA T; ITO H; HIOKI T; NODA S
      ALL-OPTICAL MODULATION WITH ANOMALOUS PHOTOVOLTAIC FILM ON A TI-LINBO3 WAVE-GUIDE MODULATOR

      Applied optics
    78. SCOTT RP; BENNETT CV; KOLNER BH
      AM AND HIGH-HARMONIC FM LASER MODE-LOCKING

      Applied optics
    79. KOSTER A; PASCAL D; VONSOVICI A; OROBTCHOUK R; LAYADI A
      A NEW-TYPE OF SPATIAL LIGHT-MODULATOR AT 1.3 MU-M ON SILICON-ON-INSULATOR SUBSTRATE

      Annales des telecommunications
    80. KUWAMURA Y; YAMADA M; HASHIMOTO S
      ANALYSIS OF OPERATING MECHANISM IN SEMICONDUCTOR OPTICAL MODULATOR WITH ELECTRON-DEPLETING ABSORPTION CONTROL

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 2, Electronics
    81. HAYEIWA K; NAKA H; TOBA Y; TOKANO Y; SATO Y
      TELEVISION WAVE-RECEIVING SYSTEM USING OPTICAL MODULATOR

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 2, Electronics
    82. JAEGER NAF; RAHMATIAN F; KATO H; JAMES R; BEROLO E; LEE ZKF
      VELOCITY-MATCHED ELECTRODES FOR COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR TRAVELING-WAVEELECTROOPTIC MODULATORS - EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS

      IEEE microwave and guided wave letters
    83. ZHU NH; PUN EYB; CHUNG PS
      ANALYSIS OF SHIELDED COPLANAR WAVE-GUIDE WITH TRAPEZOIDAL ELECTRODES

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    84. REED GT; KEWELL AK
      ERBIUM-DOPED SILICON AND POROUS SILICON FOR OPTOELECTRONICS

      Materials science & engineering. B, Solid-state materials for advanced technology
    85. NOGUCHI K; MITOMI O; MIYAZAWA H
      PUSH-PULL TYPE RIDGED TI-LINBO3 OPTICAL MODULATOR

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    86. THOMAS HJ; IMAI N; OGAWA E
      AN OPTICAL BI-PHASE MODULATOR FOR MILLIMETER-WAVE SUBCARRIER SYSTEMS

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    87. NOLTE DD; LAHIRI I; AGUILAR M
      PHOTOREFRACTIVE STARK-GEOMETRY QUANTUM-WELLS - DIFFRACTION NONLINEARITIES AND DISPLACEMENT CURRENTS

      Optics communications
    88. MANSOUR I; CACCAVALE F
      THEORETICAL WAVE-GUIDE OPTIMIZATION IN A TI-LINBO3 MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATOR BY MG DIFFUSION

      Applied optics
    89. HOSODA M; TOMINAGA K; WATANABE T; FUJIWARA K
      VANISHING OF NEGATIVE DIFFERENTIAL RESISTANCE REGION DUE TO ELECTRIC-FIELD SCREENING IN WANNIER-STARK LOCALIZATION TYPE SELF-ELECTRO-OPTIC EFFECT DEVICES

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    90. KUWAMURA Y; YAMADA M
      ANALYSIS OF MODIFIED FRANZ-KELDYSH EFFECT UNDER INFLUENCE OF ELECTRONIC INTRABAND RELAXATION PHENOMENA

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS SHORT NOTES & REVIEW PAPERS
    91. KOTAKA I; SATO K; WAKITA K; YAMAMOTO M; KATAOKA T
      HIGH-SPEED (20 GB S), LOW-DRIVE VOLTAGE (2 V-P-P) STRAINED INGAASP MQW MODULATOR DFB LASER-LIGHT SOURCE/

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 2, Electronics
    92. CARTLEDGE JC
      PERFORMANCE OF 10 GB S LIGHTWAVE SYSTEMS BASED ON LITHIUM-NIOBATE MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATORS WITH ASYMMETRIC Y-BRANCH WAVE-GUIDES/

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    93. HOU HQ; CHANG TY
      NEARLY CHIRP-FREE ELECTROABSORPTION MODULATION USING INGAAS-INGAALAS-INALAS COUPLED QUANTUM-WELLS

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    94. CHENG RS; CHEN WL; WANG WS
      MACH-ZEHNDER MODULATORS WITH LITHIUM-NIOBATE RIDGE WAVE-GUIDES FABRICATED BY PROTON-EXCHANGE WET ETCH AND NICKEL INDIFFUSION

      IEEE photonics technology letters
    95. HIRA M; MIZOMOTO Y; KURAZONO S
      FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT FINITE-DIFFERENCE TIME-DOMAIN ANALYSIS OF HIGH-T-C SUPERCONDUCTING ASYMMETRIC COPLANAR STRIP LINE

      IEICE transactions on electronics
    96. CHEN SQ; HE YX; YE PD
      OPTIMUM DESIGN OF AN OPTICAL WAVE-GUIDE MODULATOR IN A FIN LINE

      Microwave and optical technology letters
    97. CHRISTENSEN LH
      DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND TEST OF A PASSIVE OPTICAL PROTOTYPE HIGH-VOLTAGE INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMER

      IEEE transactions on power delivery
    98. DALESSANDRO A; DORAZIO A; DESARIO M; PETRUZZELLI V; PRUDENZANO F
      REFINED MODELING OF TRAVELING-WAVE TI-LINBO3 CHANNEL WAVE-GUIDE MODULATOR

      Fiber and integrated optics
    99. KURATA T; FUKADA C; FUCHIGAMI H; HAMANO K; TSUNODA S
      LARGE ELECTROOPTICAL MODULATION OF A FIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTOR-TYPE WAVE-GUIDE MODULATOR USING ALPHA-SEXITHIENYL

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 2-LETTERS
    100. ISHIKAWA T; FURUTA H
      LINBO3 OPTICAL WAVE-GUIDE MODULATOR FOR BIDIRECTIONAL TRANSMISSIOM

      Electronics & communications in Japan. Part 2, Electronics


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