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Aperture Numerical for a graded index fiber: For graded index waveguides, the NA is a function of position on the waveguide endface. A ray entering the endface must turn parallel the zaxis before it reaches the limits of the graded region. As the enters ray the waveguide further from the axis of the graded region, it clearly must come more closely parallel to the zaxis. The NA is: NA ( r ) = n 2 ( r ) ! n22 which decreases from maximum at r = 0 to zero where the gradient stops.
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University of Florida - EEL - 5441
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University of Florida - EEL - 5441
University of Florida - EEL - 5441
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University of Florida - EEL - 5441
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University of Florida - TAX - 5005
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University of Florida - EGM - 2511
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