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UV curable polymers
Thermal curable polymers

These coating resins have low optical loss for optical communication wavelengths, small birefringence, and excellent environmental stability. To be used for various waveguide structures, precise and continuous control of refractive index is available by blending of polymer solutions with standard refractive index. To achieve the best film quality, a nitrogen environment is recommended during the UV exposure.

 

Materials - Optical Polymers
XBH designs and manufactures high-quality IPG optical polymers with a range of optical and physical characteristics. The IPG material system has been benchmarked in the demanding single-mode polymer optical chip applications and is suitable for a wide range of uses. The IPG™ resin can be supplied with or without photoinitiator and is filtered and packed to microelectronics grade in Class 100 clean room facilities.

Optical Polymer Thin Films
XBH can spin coat IPG films onto a range of substrates (including silicon, silica, glass and polyimide) to produce ultra flat and ultra smooth films. These films can be optically contacted to other substrates have applications as spacers, isolation layers, protective barriers and elements in hybrid integration. The IPG can also be used as an optical cladding layer over a variety of waveguide materials.

PLC's - Optical Polymer Chips
XBH supplies polymer optical chips via its APIO™ process. Chip design, layout and footprint can be customised to suit your performance, assembly and packaging constraints. Device insertion loss is minimised by exploiting the index contrasts attainable with IPG™ materials. Examples of devices produced to date include: MMI splitters (1x2 to 1x16), MMI mux/demux (1310/1550 and 1310/1490), MZIs and Y-branch splitters.

A unique polymer with a combination of low loss, stability and photowritability


Market requirement
The challenge
The electrical limit
Performance and manufacturability
The optical way
Waveguide Design in Integrated Optical Circuits
Materials and Fabrication Techniques of Optical Waveguides
Glass-Waveguides on Integrated Optical Substrates (Part I)
Glass-Waveguides on Integrated Optical Substrates (Part II)
Fiber-to-Optical waveguide coupling techniques
Characteristics and Measurement of integrated channel waveguides. 
Modeling and simulation of stamp deflections in nanoimprint lithography:exploiting backside grooves to enhance residual layer thickness uniformity




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