KOGELNIK THEORY OF OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES PDF

Part of the Topics in Applied Physics book series TAP, volume 7 Abstract Dielectric waveguides are the structures that are used to confine and guide the light in the guided-wave devices and circuits of integrated optics. This chapter is devoted to the theory of these waveguides. Other chapters of this book discuss their fabrication by such techniques as sputtering, diffusion, ion implantation or epitaxial growth. A well-known dielectric waveguide is, of course, the optical fiber which usually has a circular cross-section. In contrast, the guides of interest to integrated optics are usually planar structures such as planar films or strips.

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This chapter is devoted to the theory of these waveguides. Other chapters of this book discuss their fabrication by such techniques as sputtering, diffusion, ion implantation or epitaxial growth. A well-known optical waveguide is, of course, the optical fiber which usually has a circular cross-section. In contrast, the guides of interest to integrated optics are usually planar structures such as planar films or strips.

Our discussion will focus on these planar guides even though most of the fundamentals are applicable to all optical waveguide types. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Theory of Dielectric Waveguides

This chapter is devoted to the theory of these waveguides. Other chapters of this book discuss their fabrication by such techniques as sputtering, diffusion, ion implantation or epitaxial growth. A well-known optical waveguide is, of course, the optical fiber which usually has a circular cross-section. In contrast, the guides of interest to integrated optics are usually planar structures such as planar films or strips. Our discussion will focus on these planar guides even though most of the fundamentals are applicable to all optical waveguide types. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Theory of Optical Waveguides

A comparison has been made between the physical-optic approach and the ray-optic approach in describing light propagation in a waveguide. In this chapter, the electromagnetic wave theory of the physical-optic approach is developed in detail. Emphasis is placed on the two basic waveguide geometries that are used most often in optical integrated circuits, the planar waveguide and the rectangular waveguide. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. References 1.

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