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|MR. REMI MEYRUEIX||SME||DEVELOPMENT OF AN ELECTRO-OPTICAL POLYMER (EOP)TO BE USED AS A BASE MATERIAL IN HIGH-SPEED MACH ZEHNDER MODULATOR FOR APPLICATIONS IN OPTICAL FIBRE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS.SPECIAL POLYMER DEVELOPMENT/MFG OF PROTOTYPE MODULATOR FOR TESTING.||MR. REMI MEYRUEIX||SME||868||FINISHED - 01-Oct-1992||Has been active in the field of optical polymers since 1986. Its activities were carried out within the framework of the RACE projects "Polymeric Optical Switches". It achieved the first operational polymeric E/O device in 1988. A number of scientific papers on polymeric devices have been published. Several patents on polymer processing and polymeric components were obtained. It has significantly contributed to the COST 216 project "Optical Switching and Routing Devices", wg.1: "Device Modelling".||BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC (BT)||KPN - KONINKLIJKE PTT NEDERLAND N.V. (LEIDSCHENDAM)||The electro-optic (E/O) polymer plays a major role in the high-speed MZ modulator. It is both the active E/O material and the guiding medium in the form of a thin film, in which waveguides are fabricated by photobleaching. This active film is placed between two transparent polymeric buffer layers, which also need to be optimised. Even though E/O polymers have been synthesised in the past, none of them has suitable characteristics for present industrial development. For instance, both C/O coefficiencts and thermal stability are inadequate. Based upon its own experience, FT proposes to develop an E/O polymer in which the E/O activity and thermal stability could be optimised separately. Highly active original chromophores will be synthesised during the project. These chromophores, with a product of dipole moment and static hyperpolarisability, which is larger than those of usual diazo or nitrostilbenes dyes, will be co-valently attached to the polymer chain. A perfect chromophore orientational stability, and hence a very long E/O polymer lifetime, will be obtained by co-valently attaching the chromophores directly to a rigid polymer backbone without any spacer. A theromoplastic polymer and a crosslinked network, both with glass transition temperatures beyond 150 deg.C will be tested. Their characterisations in MZ modulators will indicate the best suited matrix with respect to the performance/ processing trade-off. The polymeric modulator utilises two attractive properties of polymers, viz. their low dielectric contant and their ease of processing. The first one will lead to high-speed and large bandwidth (40 GHZ has been demonstrated) operation of the modulator. The second will contribute to the low cost potential of the devices. Furthermore, it can lead to hybrid integration with a laser on an Si subcarrier, which allows for improved electrode design for high-speed modulation and potential for full integration with the electronics. The resulting MZ modulator will be applied with laser diodes in transmitter modules with a stable narrowband spectral output, even under high speed modulation. These characteristics are highly desirable, as the bit rate in commercial optical fibre communication systems is increasing up to and beyond 10 Gbit/sec. and direct modulation of the laser diodes is problematic under such conditions.||FLAMEL TECHNOLOGIES||MR. REMI MEYRUEIX||Aid design/fabrication of MZ modulator with respect to travelling wave electrode design/deposition. Development of high-speed packaging for MZ modulator,includ. fibre coupling Check specifications of optical and E/O properties of MZ mod||UNITED KINGDOM, THE NETHERLANDS, FRANCE||The project goal is to develop an electro-optical polymer (EOP) to be used as a base material in a high-speed MACH ZEHNDER (MZ) modulator for applications in optical fibre communications systems. The work package starts with the development of special polymers and ends with the manufacturing of a prototype modulator ready for testing in practical systems.||PEOCOC||RESPONSABLE SERVICE APPLICATIONS||RESPONSABLE SERVICE APPLICATIONS||RESPONSABLE SERVICE APPLICATIONS||Processing of polymers supplied by FT into multi-layers with photobleached optical wave guides in MACH-ZEHNDER structures Multi-layers will be poled to induce macroscopic (linear) electro-optic effect. Device design/characterisation/testing||4.0 M€||At the forefront of developments in the fields of high-speed modulator packaging, both for Lithium Niobate and E/O polymers. It has published on high-speed electrode design and hermetic packaging as well as on novel devices using E/O polymers. Associated patents have also been filed. Team members are acknowledged world experts in their topics.||2010-10-21 08:23:35||30-Apr-1997||http://www.eurekanetwork.org/project/-/id/868||MARTLESHAM HEATH, IP5 7RE -IPSWICH > UNITED KINGDOM Tel. +44 1473 646 826 > Fax. +44 1473 646 885||01-Oct-1992||SME||55 Months||POLYMER-BASED ELECTRO-OPTIC COMPONENTS FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS||ST. PAULUSSTRAAT, 4|