Novel vectorial analysis of optical waveguides

Sławomir Sujecki , T.M. Benson , P. Sewell , P.C. Kendall

Abstract

A nonlinear iterative (NLI) method, originally developed by Hewson-Browne in geomagnetism, is applied to the vectorial analysis of optical waveguides. The method explicitly shows the interrelations between the scalar, polarized and vectorial operators and can be conveniently implemented using finite difference methods. Excellent accuracy in the normalized propagation constant is claimed along with agreement with earlier work and field distributions. The method presented enables vector results to be obtained simply by using computer programs, often available, for either polarized or scalar modes. This procedure proves more efficient than a standard vectorial finite difference technique
Author Sławomir Sujecki ISE
Sławomir Sujecki,,
- The Institute of Electronic Systems
, T.M. Benson
T.M. Benson,,
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, P. Sewell
P. Sewell,,
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, P.C. Kendall
P.C. Kendall,,
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Journal seriesJournal of Lightwave Technology, ISSN 0733-8724
Issue year1998
Vol16
No7
Pages1329-1335
Keywords in EnglishCOMPUTER PROGRAMS, eigenvalues and eigenfunctions, field distributions, finite difference methods, finite element methods, geomagnetism, Hewson-Browne, light polarisation, nonlinear iterative method, nonlinear optics, normalized propagation constant, Optical polarization, optical waveguides, optical waveguide theory, partial differential equations, polarized modes, polarized operators, propagation constant, rectangular waveguides, scalar modes, scalar operators, Semiconductor waveguides, standard vectorial finite difference technique, vectorial analysis, vectorial operators, vectorial optical waveguide analysis, Vectors
DOIDOI:10.1109/50.701413
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)40
Publication indicators WoS Impact Factor [Impact Factor WoS]: 2006 = 2.824 (2) - 2007=2.327 (5)
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