Model ID: 15061
A Mach-Zehnder modulator is used for controlling the amplitude of an optical wave. The input waveguide is split up into two waveguide interferometer arms. If a voltage is applied across one of the arms, a phase shift is induced for the wave passing through that arm. When the two arms are recombined, the phase difference between the two waves is converted to an amplitude modulation.
This is a multiphysics model, showing how to combine the Electromagnetic Waves, Beam Envelopes interface with the Electrostacs interface to describe a realistic waveguide device.