We present preliminary results obtained for embedded waveguides realized on Lithium Niobate by a new combination of direct and reverse proton exchange processes. The first realization allowed measuring a conversion efficiency of 40%W−1cm−2 and expecting up to 160%W−1cm−2 by a rather simple correction of the defect of the first waveguides.

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