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17 May 2010 Magnetic nanoparticles-doped silica layer reported on ion-exchanged glass waveguide: towards integrated magneto-optical devices
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In the framework of optical telecommunication systems, many functions are integrated on the same substrate. Nevertheless, one of the most important, such as isolation, is achieved using discrete components. It is based on magnetic materials which are always difficult to integrate with classical technologies. This is due to the annealing temperature of magnetic materials. In this paper we present another way for the realisation of such components. We use a dip coating process to report a magnetic nanoparticles doped silica layer on ion-exchanged glass waveguide. The advantages of this method is discussed and we demonstrate its compatibility with ion-exchanged technology. By varying the refractive index of the layer, we can adjust the interaction between the waveguide and the magneto-optical layer.
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Hadi Amata, François Royer, Fadi Choueikani, Damien Jamon, Jean-Emmanuel Broquin, Jean Claude Plenet, and Jean Jaques Rousseau "Magnetic nanoparticles-doped silica layer reported on ion-exchanged glass waveguide: towards integrated magneto-optical devices", Proc. SPIE 7719, Silicon Photonics and Photonic Integrated Circuits II, 77191G (17 May 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.853693
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