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Characterization of electrooptic polymer applied to microwave sensing


In this paper we present electrooptic measurement of a crosslinked side chain PGMA/DR1 polymer. Measured values are as high as 11 pm/V at 1310 nm, we present measurement as a function of incident beam reflexion point and show dependance between the reflexion point location over the sample and the measured electrooptic coefficient. We present low frequency relative dielectric constant using a capacitance measurement method. Using this method, we found a relative permittivity of 4.46plusmn0.38 for our polymer. We present a new electrooptic microwave sensor, where we enhance the electrooptical interaction by increasing the optical path length using a Fabry-Perot cavity and we concentrate the electric field inside our device using a microstrip resonator. Expected interaction enhancement value is expected to be as high 310deg compared to the simple reflexion case at low frequency
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Arnaud Gardelein, Sylvain Le Tacon, Eric Tanguy, Nicolas Breuil, Tchanguiz Razban. Characterization of electrooptic polymer applied to microwave sensing. Microwave Photonics, 2006. MWP '06. International Topical Meeting on, Oct 2006, Grenoble, France. pp.1-4, ⟨10.1109/MWP.2006.346571⟩. ⟨hal-00935088⟩
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