First, calculate the propogation coefficient and field distribution of the unperturbed waveguide
Input the structure and related parameters of the waveguide
The number of layers
s N 1
The refractive index
Due: Sept. 30th (in class)
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1. A single- layer dielectric coating is shown below:
TE polarized light
Consider normal in
Due: Tues. Sept. 21 (in class)
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1. The real part of the refractive index of GaAs is found to be 3.6 for light with a free
space wavelength of 0.8m. The absor
1. Fabry-Perot etalon with gain: A laser resonator consists of a Fabry-Perot etalon of
thickness l, Mirror reflectivity R, and containing a material with index; n, and gain; g.
The transmission coefficient for this structure is g
Oct. 28, 2010
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I. A TE wave of amplitude A1 is normally incident on the single layer film shown
Lateral fields: t=0.1 micron
Part1 : Parameters
Tot al layer number:
s N 1
Part2: Layer Build Up
Refractive index of each layer:
Each layer's locat ion:
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coupling coefficient for two waveguides
Note: all micrometer quantities have been absorbed into the speed of light, c, such that [c] =
[micro*m/sec]. Therefore, the cumbersome 10^-6 need not be carried through each calculation.