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September 18, 2002 Next-generation active integrated optic subsystems
 

Summary: September 18, 2002
Next-generation active integrated optic subsystems
Information society technologies programme
of the European Commission, project IST-2000-28018
Workpackage 3: Design
-- Confidential, NAIS internal document. --
Coupled mode model for 3D directional couplers
Contents
1 Adiabatic directional couplers, coupled mode viewpoint 1
2 Basis fields and supermodes 2
3 Mode amplitude evolution 5
4 Scattering matrices 6
Concepts and ideas in this draft originate from contributions from several participants in the NAIS project.
Contact: Manfred Hammer,
Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, University of Twente, P.O. Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands
Phone: +31/53/489-3448, Fax: +31/53/489-4833, E-mail: m.hammer@math.utwente.nl
1 Adiabatic directional couplers, coupled mode viewpoint
A common model for optical ringresonators [1, 2] relies crucially upon an adequate description of the cou-
pling regions between the cavity and the port channels. Figure 1 shows a sketch of that coupling region for a
cylindrical cavity.

  

Source: Al Hanbali, Ahmad - Department of Applied Mathematics, Universiteit Twente

 

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