4 edition of Inhomogeneous optical waveguides found in the catalog.
|Statement||M. S. Sodha and A. K. Ghatak.|
|Series||Optical physics and engineering|
|Contributions||Ghatak, A. K. 1939- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TK5103.59 .S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||76049643|
For waveguides with large extensions, ray optics are often used for describing the propagation of injected light. Such a description, however, becomes invalid when interference effects occur, and this is particularly the case for very small waveguide dimensions. In that case, a wave description of the light is required – normally on the basis of Maxwell's equations, often simplified with. The methods of straight waveguides have been proposed in the literature. Review of numerical and approximate methods for the modal analysis of general optical dielectric waveguides with emphasis on recent developments has been published .Examples of important methods have been proposed such as finite-difference method, the integral-equation method, and methods based on series : Zion Menachem.
Ajoy Ghatak is an Indian physicist and author of physics sor Ghatak has written over research papers and more than 20 books. His undergraduate text on Optics has been translated to Chinese and Persian and his monograph on Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides (coauthored with /5(7). The eigenvalue problem for generalized natural modes of an inhomogeneous optical fiber without a sharp boundary is formulated as a problem for the set of time-harmonic Maxwell equations with the Reichardt condition at infinity in the cross-sectional plane. The generalized eigenvalues (including,as subsets, the well-known guided and leaky modes) of this problem are the complex propagation Cited by:
Electronics Laboratory: Optoelectronics and Optical communications 3 Guides Waves in optical Waveguides In chapter 2 we considered unguided, unconfined plane-waves in homogeneous dielectrics influenced by the carrier dynamics of Size: 2MB. The planar waveguide is spatially inhomogeneous in one direction and assumed to stretch to infinity in the other two. The chapter discusses the propagation of light in a planar multilayer waveguide. Starting from Maxwell's equations, this section derives the equations that are used to describe light propagation in planar waveguides.
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Buy Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides (Optical Physics and Engineering) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders4/5(1). The present book aims at presenting a unified view of important aspects of our knowledge of inhomogeneous optical waveguides.
A brief discussion of homogeneous dielectric waveguides is unavoidable, since itforms a basis for the appreciation of inhomogeneous waveguides. The propagation of electromagnetic waves in "square-law" media, i.e., media characterized by a quadratic spatial variation of the dielectric constant, has been a favorite subject of investigation in electromagnetic theory.
However, with the recent fabrication of glass fibers with a quadratic radial Brand: Springer US. But, I really liked to have this book. I use it mostly for its chapter 5. This chapter is quite useful in my research. I currently use GRIN lenses. I like their unique treatment of off-axis Gaussian beam incident on a GRIN lens.
As far as I see, they have nice chapters on anisotropic optical waveguides (optical fibers), and aberrations in GRIN 4/5(1). Dielectric Clad Cylindrical Waveguides.- 5. Inhomogeneous Circular Waveguides.- 6.
Vector Theory for Inhomogeneous Circular Waveguides.- 7. Dispersion in Optical Waveguides.- 8. Propagation in Imperfect Waveguides.- 9. Ray Tracing and Aberrations in Lens-like Media.- Appendix A.
Fabrication of Planar Waveguides.- A Thin-Film Waveguides. A modal analysis of slab waveguides is considered along with planar waveguides with continuous dielectric constant variation, dielectric clad cylindrical waveguides, inhomogeneous circular waveguides, vector theory for inhomogeneous circular waveguides, dispersion in optical waveguides, aspects of propagation in imperfect waveguides, and ray tracing and aberrations in lens-like by: Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides by M S Sodha, Ajoy Ghatak starting at $ Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
The present book aims at presenting a unified view of important aspects of our knowledge of inhomogeneous optical waveguides. A brief discussion of homogeneous dielectric waveguides is unavoidable, since itforms a basis for the appreciation of inhomogeneous s: 1. Such a medium is commonly referred to as a square-law medium.
The fabrication of optical waveguides, in which transmission takes place through square-law media, has been discussed in Appendix B. Such waveguides in the form of fibers present exciting possibilities as transmitting channels for Author: M. Sodha, A. Ghatak. Free Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides The tissue of work elasticity is the book by encoding electrical dysfunction, airway and training from the heart, and by including the Maintenance's archives capita and glutamic important hybrids.
Treasure Hunting at Adams Farm. An optical waveguide is a physical structure that guides electromagnetic waves in the optical types of optical waveguides include optical fiber and transparent dielectric waveguides made of plastic and glass.
Optical waveguides are used as components in integrated optical circuits or as the transmission medium in local and long haul optical communication systems.
Optical Waveguides describes waveguide phenomena in classical optical terms. This book discusses mode propagation by using equivalent plane waves, polarization, rays, and intensity distributions.
Comprised of seven chapters, this book starts with an overview of the history of optical waveguides with emphasis on the earliest studies of Book Edition: 1. Theory of Dialectric Optical Waveguides, Second Edition focuses on the practical usage of optical waveguides. This book explores the rapid growth of integrated optics, which is devoted to the development of microscopic optical circuits based on thin film Edition: 2.
Katsunari Okamoto, in Fundamentals of Optical Waveguides (Second Edition), The waveguide analyses described in Chapters 2 and 3 are restricted in applicability to the homogeneous-core (step-index) planar optical waveguides and optical fibers, except for the WKB (Wentzel–Kramers–Brillouin) method described in Section However, inhomogeneous-core (graded-index) planar waveguides.
Optical Waveguide Theory. of optical devices in the form of miniature optical waveguides. They include lasers, modulators, switches, detectors, prisms, lenses, and polarizers, and many of them.
Pulse propagation in inhomogeneous optical waveguides. Final report, Septem Ma Final report, Septem Ma Full Record. Ajoy Ghatak is an Indian physicist and author of physics textbooks. Ajoy Ghatak has written over research papers and more than 20 books (see Selected Publications below). His undergraduate textbook on Optics has been translated to Chinese and Persian and his monograph on Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides (coauthored with Professor Sodha) has been translated to Chinese and : Physics.
Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides The propagation of electromagnetic waves in square-law media, i.e., media characterized by a quadratic spatial variation of the dielectric constant, has been a favorite subject of investigation in electromagnetic theory. Modulation Instability of Wave Packets in Inhomogeneous Optical Waveguides Article in Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics 58(1) January.
Recent advances in the field of guided-wave optics, such as fiber optics and integrated optics, have included the introduction of arbitrarily-shaped optical waveguides which, in many cases, also happened to be arbitrarily inhomogeneous, dissipative, anisotropic, and/or nonlinear.
Most of such casesBrand: Springer Netherlands. This text is intended to provide an in-depth, self-contained, treatment of optical waveguide theory. We have attempted to emphasize the underlying physical processes, stressing conceptual aspects, and have developed the mathematical analysis to parallel the physical intuition.
We also provide comprehensive supplementary sections both to augment any deficiencies in mathematical background and 5/5(3).waveguide axis. Hollow metallic and dielectric waveguides for long distance optical transmission and lasers were investigated by Marcatily and Schmeltzer .
Propagation in curved rectangular waveguides based on the perturbation techniques was published in the book of the electromagnetic waves and curved structures .The first is to determine the influence which geometric effects have on propagation in GaAs/AlGaAs ridge waveguides with a quantum well layer.
During the past year, our work on optical fiber switching has been extraordinarily fruitful, leading to six joint publications with scientists at AT and T Bell Laboratories and numerous conference.