E Iu Karchevskiĭ

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Optical waveguides are dielectric cylindrical structures that can conduct electromagnetic energy in the visible and infrared parts of the spectrum. The waveguides used in optical communication are flexible fibers made of transparent dielectrics. The cross section of a waveguide usually consists of three regions: the central region (core) is surrounded by a(More)
Abstract A new method for the computation of eigenmodes in isotropic cylindrical loss-free dielectric waveguides is proposed. Such Waveguide Is a cylindrical structure with the refractive index n not varied along the generatrix of cylinder. It is assumed that the waveguide is infinitely long and is in unbounded space with the constant index of refraction n,(More)
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