MIOC-TQ-18 is a key component in Fiber Optic Gyroscope (FOG) for measuring angular velocity of an inertial navigation system. This integrated device, fabricated on Lithium Niobate (LiNbO3) material, is composed of a polarizer, a Y-junction coupler and dual electro-optical phase modulators. Waveguides on the chip are produced by the High Temperature Proton Exchange (HTPE) process. The MIOC (chip) has more than 60dB Polarization Extinction Ratio (PER) and can minimize bias drift resulting from polarization crosstalk induced non-reciprocity. The package of this MIOC is highly reliable and has been proven to pass rigorous temperature cycling test standards.

Key Features
➤ 1550 ± 20 nm operation
➤ PM fiber input and output port
➤ Vπ voltage < 4.2 V
➤ Fiber/chip crosstalk < -20 dB
➤ Low insertion loss ≤ 3.5 dB
➤ Push-pull electrode design

➤ Fiber Optic Gyroscope (FOG)
➤ Fiber Optic Current Sensor (FOCS)
➤ Hydrophone
➤ CubeSat and SmallSat
➤ Other Optical Sensing Applications