cutoff wavelength

cutoff wavelength

[′kət‚ȯf ′wāv‚leŋkth]
(electromagnetism)
The ratio of the velocity of electromagnetic waves in free space to the cutoff frequency in a uniconductor waveguide.
The wavelength corresponding to the cutoff frequency.
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c] refers to the cutoff wavelength of the dominant mode ([TE.
The cutoff wavelength and characteristic impedance changing curves with frequency is plotted in Fig.
The relative error of cutoff wavelength is defined by
c] is the numerical cutoff wavelength defined in Section 2 and [[lambda].
The UV cutoff wavelength of annealed specimen is 285, 340, 344, 347, and 348 nm for doses 0, 200, 300, 400, and 500 kGy, respectively.
The trend towards the shortening of the cutoff wavelength with increasing alkyl chain length could be mentioned; however, if an experimental error for wavelength measurements of [+ or -] 1 nm is taken into consideration, the trend will become uncertain.
The types of measurements discussed included attenuation/ loss, chromatic dispersion, cross talk, cutoff wavelength, effective area, effective index, four-wave mixing efficiency, index of refraction profile, mode-field diameter, non-linear coefficients, polarization dependent loss and polarization-mode dispersion.
The detector senses both bands separately in each pixel and has a cutoff wavelength of each junction that is controlled by the alloy composition of the corresponding layer.
The cutoff wavelength effect caused by the fictitiously created waveguide can be observed.
In the range of the near UV (240-400 mm) spectrum, it is also found that light with wavelengths, below 250 mm was absorbed completely in standard specimens, but the cutoff wavelength ([[lambda].