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Drimmer, Maxwell (author)
The defining challenge of connecting NISQ quantum computers over large distances is efficient microwave to optical transduction. In this work, we demonstrate a new platform for piezo-optomechanical conversion by combining a crystalline silicon nanobeam photonic crystal cavity and a suspended thin-film lithium niobate acoustic resonator. The goal...
master thesis 2020
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Li, Ming Huang (author), Lu, Ruochen (author), Manzaneque Garcia, T. (author), Gong, Songbin (author)
In this work, thin-film lithium niobate (LiNbO<sub>3</sub>) acoustic delay line (ADL) based oscillators are experimentally investigated for the first time for the application of single-mode oscillators and frequency comb generation. The design space for the ADL-based oscillator is first analyzed, illustrating that the key to low phase noise...
conference paper 2020
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Manzaneque Garcia, T. (author), Lu, Ruochen (author), Yang, Yansong (author), Gong, Songbin (author)
This paper demonstrates low-loss acoustic delay lines (ADLs) based on shear-horizontal waves in thin-film LiNbO <sub>3</sub> for the first time. Due to its high electromechanical coupling, the shear-horizontal mode is suited for producing devices with large bandwidths. Here, we show that shear-horizontal waves in LiNbO <sub>3</sub> thin...
journal article 2019
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Van der Niet, R.T. (author)
The generation of a split-frequency is inherent to heterodyne displacement interferometry. Currently this split-frequency is predominantly generated by either acousto-optic modulators (AOM), Zeeman-lasers (ZL), or a combination. Both techniques have their drawbacks, e.g. AOM have a limited bandwidth and are optically inefficient due to a loss of...
master thesis 2015
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