Fundamentals of Optical Waveguides, Second Edition | by Katsunari Okamoto | ISBN: 9780125250962. Optical Engineering Books. Communications Engineering. Optical Fibers. WAVEGUIDE FABRICATION. OPTICAL PULSE COMPRESSION

Fundamentals of Optical Waveguides, Second Edition

by Katsunari Okamoto
ISBN:9780125250962

An essential resource for any researcher, professional or student involved in optics and communications engineering, this clear, concise text offers a thorough understanding of the principles of lightwave propagation.

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Fundamentals of Optical Waveguides, Second Edition







Preface to the First Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Chapter 1 – Wave Theory of Optical Waveguides
1.1. WAVEGUIDE STRUCTURE
1.2. FORMATION OF GUIDED MODES
1.3. MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS
1.4. PROPAGATING POWER
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Chapter 2 – Planar Optical Waveguides
2.1. SLAB WAVEGUIDES
2.2. RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDES
2.3. RADIATION FIELD FROM WAVEGUIDE
2.4. MULTIMODE INTERFERENCE (MMI) DEVICE
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Chapter 3 – Optical Fibers
3.1. BASIC EQUATIONS
3.2. WAVE THEORY OF STEP-INDEX FIBERS
3.3. OPTICAL POWER CARRIED BY EACH MODE
3.4. LINEARLY POLARIZED (LP) MODES
3.5. FUNDAMENTAL HE11 MODE
3.6. DISPERSION CHARACTERISTICS OF STEP-INDEX FIBERS
3.7. WAVE THEORY OF GRADED-INDEX FIBERS
3.8. RELATION BETWEEN DISPERSION AND TRANSMISSION CAPACITY
3.9. BIREFRINGENT OPTICAL FIBERS
3.10. DISPERSION CONTROL IN SINGLE-MODE OPTICAL FIBERS
3.11. PHOTONIC CRYSTAL FIBERS
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Chapter 4 – Coupled Mode Theory
4.1. DERIVATION OF COUPLED MODE EQUATIONS BASED ON PERTURBATION THEORY
4.2. CODIRECTIONAL COUPLERS
4.3. CONTRADIRECTIONAL COUPLING IN CORRUGATED WAVEGUIDES
4.4. DERIVATION OF COUPLING COEFFICIENTS
4.5. OPTICAL WAVEGUIDE DEVICES USING DIRECTIONAL COUPLERS
4.6. FIBER BRAGG GRATINGS
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Chapter 5 – Nonlinear Optical Effects in Optical Fibers
5.1. FIGURE OF MERIT FOR NONLINEAR EFFECTS
5.2. OPTICAL KERR EFFECT
5.3. OPTICAL SOLITONS
5.4. OPTICAL PULSE COMPRESSION
5.5. LIGHT SCATTERING IN ISOTROPIC MEDIA
5.6. STIMULATED RAMAN SCATTERING
5.7. STIMULATED BRILLOUIN SCATTERING
5.8. SECOND-HARMONIC GENERATION
5.9. ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER AMPLIFIER
5.10. FOUR-WAVE MIXING IN OPTICAL FIBER
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Chapter 6 – Finite Element Method
6.1. INTRODUCTION
6.2. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD ANALYSIS OF SLAB WAVEGUIDES
6.3. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL FIBERS
6.4. FINITE ELEMENT METHOD ANALYSIS OF RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDES
6.5. STRESS ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES
6.6. SEMI-VECTOR FEM ANALYSIS OF HIGH-INDEX CONTRAST WAVEGUIDES
6A: DERIVATION OF EQUATION (6.59)
6B: PROOF OF EQUATION (6.66)
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Chapter 7 – Beam Propagation Method
7.1. BASIC EQUATIONS FOR BEAM PROPAGATION METHOD BASED ON THE FFT
7.2. FFTBPM ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL WAVE PROPAGATION
7.3. FFTBPM ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL PULSE PROPAGATION
7.4. DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM
7.5. FAST FOURIER TRANSFORM
7.6. FORMULATION OF NUMERICAL PROCEDURES USING DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM
7.7. APPLICATIONS OF FFTBPM
7.8. FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD ANALYSIS OF PLANAR OPTICAL WAVEGUIDES
7.9. FDMBPM ANALYSIS OF RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDES
7.10. FDMBPM ANALYSIS OF OPTICAL PULSE PROPAGATION
7.11. SEMI-VECTOR FDMBPM ANALYSIS OF HIGH-INDEX CONTRAST WAVEGUIDES
7.12. FINITE DIFFERENCE TIME DOMAIN (FDTD) METHOD
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Chapter 8 – Staircase Concatenation Method
8.1. STAIRCASE APPROXIMATION OF WAVEGUIDE BOUNDARY
8.2. AMPLITUDES AND PHASES BETWEEN THE CONNECTING INTERFACES
8.3. WAVELENGTH DIVISION MULTIPLEXING COUPLERS
8.4. WAVELENGTH-FLATTENED COUPLERS
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Chapter 9 – Planar Lightwave Circuits
OVERVIEW
9.1. WAVEGUIDE FABRICATION
9.2. N × N STAR COUPLER
9.3. ARRAYED-WAVEGUIDE GRATING
9.4. CROSSTALK AND DISPERSION CHARACTERISTICS OF AWGs
9.5. FUNCTIONAL AWGs
9.6. RECONFIGURABLE OPTICAL ADD/DROP MULTIPLEXER (ROADM)
9.7. N×N MATRIX SWITCHES
9.8. LATTICE-FORM PROGRAMMABLE DISPERSION EQUALIZERS
9.9. TEMPORAL PULSE WAVEFORM SHAPERS
9.10. COHERENT OPTICAL TRANSVERSAL FILTERS
9.11. OPTICAL LABEL RECOGNITION CIRCUIT FOR PHOTONIC LABEL SWITCH ROUTER
9.12. POLARIZATION MODE DISPERSION COMPENSATOR
9.13. HYBRID INTEGRATION TECHNOLOGY USING PLC PLATFORMS
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Chapter 10 – Several Important Theorems and Formulas
10.1. GAUSS’S THEOREM
10.2. GREEN’S THEOREM
10.3. STOKES’ THEOREM
10.4. INTEGRAL THEOREM OF HELMHOLTZ AND KIRCHHOFF
10.5. FRESNEL–KIRCHHOFF DIFFRACTION FORMULA
10.6. FORMULAS FOR VECTOR ANALYSIS
10.7. FORMULAS IN CYLINDRICAL AND SPHERICAL COORDINATES
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