Plasmon-soliton waves in planar slot waveguides: II. Results for stationary waves and stability analysis

@inproceedings{Walasik2016PlasmonsolitonWI,
  title={Plasmon-soliton waves in planar slot waveguides: II. Results for stationary waves and stability analysis},
  author={Wiktor Walasik and G. Renversez and Fangwei Ye},
  year={2016}
}
We describe the results of the two methods we developed to calculate the stationary nonlinear solutions in one-dimensional plasmonic slot waveguides made of a finite-thickness nonlinear dielectric core surrounded by metal regions. These two methods are described in detail in the preceding article [Walasik et al., submitted]. For symmetric waveguides, we provide the nonlinear dispersion curves obtained using the two methods and compare them. We describe the well known low-order modes and the… CONTINUE READING
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