fiber waveguide

fiber waveguide

[′fī·bər ′wāv‚gīd]
(electomagnetism)
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1 is devoted to three-layer fiber waveguide sensors which consist of a silica glass substrate (S), a metal layer (M) and an aqueous media (A) denoted as SMA sensor or chalcogenide glass substrate (Ch), and a metal layer (M) and aqueous media (A) denoted as ChMA sensor.
Abd-Rahman, "1 x 2 Y-branch plastic optical fiber waveguide coupler for optical access-card system," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
We have designed an waveguide based optical looper by using optical looper and linear fiber waveguide combination.
Optical waveguides can be classified according to their geometry such as planar, strip, or fiber waveguides, mode structure such as single-mode or multi-mode, refractive index distribution such as step or gradient index and material such as glass, polymer or semiconductor (Syuhaimi Ab.
For single mode step index optical fiber waveguide, the cut-off normalized is approximately V= [V.sub.c] = 2.405, and by substituting in Eq.
This fact shows that hermiticity of the Laplacian operator in step-index fiber waveguides underlies on the boundary conditions, which supports the discussion presented in [5] about the nonhermiticity of the operator that results from (2a) after multiplying from the left by [[??].sup.-1].
The authors cover soliton signals propatating fiber waveguides and slow light generation, MRR systems and soliton propagating in optical fiber communication, the analysis of single MRRs, and many other related subjects.
Madden, "Low loss nematic liquid crystal cored fiber waveguides," Appl.
Anisotropic optical fiber waveguides capable of conserving the polarization of the transmitted signal, this property is very important for various optical fiber devices and for long distance optical communication systems.