1 Dispersion relation
for case of electrically open circuit
Kumar, "Towards dispersion relations
for tapered core dielectric elliptical fibers," Optik, Vol.
The paper is organized as follow: in Section 2 the dispersion relation
of the proposed structure is given.
2004) presented the dispersion relation
resulting from linear stability analysis and also its long wave approximation.
Next, having studied the dispersion relation
for the eastern Baltic Proper, we present the first derivative in the series as
In this paper, the dispersion relation
for the TE and TM modes supported by a vane-loaded circular cylindrical waveguide are derived from an exact solution of a homogeneous boundary value problem for Maxwell's equations, i.
Furthermore, the numerical dispersion relation
is derived analytically.
As we observe from dispersion relation
profiles in Figure 2 (the dotted lines), the range of frequency where the dispersion relations
are discontinuous correspond to photonic band gaps so that no propagating modes exist, and in the regions the dispersion relation
are continuous, we have propagating modes (wave number) for each frequency.
In this section, the dispersion relations
of the proposed methods are derived by following a similar procedure described in .
From these values, the dispersion relations
on 4 major directions of the reciprocal lattice of the square lattice are plotted in Fig.
By using the method presented in , the numerical dispersion relations
of the proposed method and the ADI-FDTD method are as follows.
The present communication aims at the investigation of the dispersion relations
of the liquid crystal tapered optical fiber (LCTOF) structure for which Maxwell's equations are implemented for a rigorous analysis.