Non-linear waveguides are playing an increasingly important role in a myriad of photonics applications, some of which include microwave photonics, up conversion, infrared detection, IR generation, and bio-photonics. In addition to its use with NASA's fiber coupled nonlinear optical materials photonic applications, the technology can also be applied for systems used for environmental and pollution monitoring, spectroscopic measurement techniques, stabilizing laser sources, telecommunications, and remote sensing. Military applications include fiber optic sensors in use by the military, as well as the private sector. AdvR will be in an excellent position to capture a large part of the market where low loss fiber coupling for high power waveguides is a major barrier to market expansion. The development of a robust, low loss, high power handling capability, and low back reflection fiber to waveguide interconnect will result in wide commercial use in a host of photonics applications. NASA has a need for a reliable, low loss method for coupling optical fibers to non linear (NLO) optical waveguide devices for airborne and eventual satellite missions, such as for HSRL (High Spectral Resolution Lidar), which requires the use of fiber coupled wavelength converters, phase modulators, and related integrated NLO components to stabilize the seed laser system. Other NASA projects that would benefit from this technology include the Space Interferometry Mission (SIM), the Light Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) Mission, and the NASA Tropospheric Wind Lidar Technology Experiment (TWiLiTE) program, which need efficient, fiber coupled, high power phase modulators and frequency conversion modules for visible and ultra-violet (UV) generation.