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Author März, Reinhard.

Title Integrated optics : design and modeling / Reinhard März.

Published Boston : Artech House, [1995]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM ERC  621.3693 MARZ    AVAILABLE
Physical description xi, 336 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Foundations. 2.1. Helmholtz Equations. 2.2. Dielectric Interfaces. 2.3. Geometrical Optics -- Ch. 3. Waveguide Theory. 3.2. Formulations of the Eigenvalue Problem. 3.3. Power Flux in Waveguides. 3.4. Dispersion. 3.5. Universal Approximation Schemes. 3.6. Weakly Guiding Waveguides. 3.7. Analytical Solutions. 3.8. Slab Waveguides. 3.9. Separable Eigenvalue Problems. 3.10. Geometrical Optics of the Waveguide -- Ch. 4. Beam Propagation. 4.1. Fundamental Principles. 4.2. Classical BPM. 4.3. Diffraction Integrals. 4.4. Improved BPM Algorithms. 4.5. Vectorial Beam Propagation Method. 4.6. Bidirectional Beam Propagation. 4.7. Application of the BPM -- Ch. 5. Mode Conversion. 5.1. Hermite-Gaussian Beams. 5.2. Coupling of Gaussian Beams. 5.3. Gaussian Optics. 5.4. Fiber-to-Chip Coupling by Microlenses. 5.5. Optical Tapers -- Ch. 6. Codirectional Coupling. 6.1. Coupled Mode Theory. 6.2. Uniform Directional Couplers. 6.3. Symmetrical Couplers.
6.4. Asymmetrical Couplers. 6.5. Transfer Matrix Theory. 6.6. Mach-Zehnder Devices. 6.7. Directional Couplers with Periodic Overlay -- Ch. 7. Contradirectional Coupling. 7.1. Phenomenological Coupled Mode Theory. 7.2. Bragg Gratings. 7.3. Contradirectional Coupler -- Ch. 8. Planar Spectrographs. 8.1. Theory of Planar Spectrographs. 8.2. Focusing Reflection Gratings. 8.3. Phased Arrays -- Chapter A. Application of Photonics -- Chapter B. Computer Aided Engineering -- Chapter C. Component Cost Modeling -- Chapter D. Mathematical Background.
Summary Here's the only book to comprehensively address integrated optics from both the theory and practical modeling standpoints -- it reveals crucial design methods that decrease your overall device modeling effort.
Subject Integrated optics.
ISBN 089006668X