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Modelling fused single-mode fibre couplers

Modelling fused single-mode fibre couplers
Modelling fused single-mode fibre couplers
The fused single mode tapered coupler is successfully modelled by assuming that the neck section of the coupler can be represented by a rectangular dielectric waveguide. Guidance is provided at the glass to air (or external medium) boundary and the cores are neglected. The mechanism of field detachment from the cores is outlined and the coupler characteristics are derived from the interference between the two lowest order modes of the large waveguide.
0013-5194
461-462
Payne, F.P.
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Yataki, M.S.
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Hussey, C.D.
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Payne, F.P.
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Yataki, M.S.
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Hussey, C.D.
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Payne, F.P., Yataki, M.S. and Hussey, C.D. (1985) Modelling fused single-mode fibre couplers. Electronics Letters, 21 (11), 461-462. (doi:10.1049/el:19850327).

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The fused single mode tapered coupler is successfully modelled by assuming that the neck section of the coupler can be represented by a rectangular dielectric waveguide. Guidance is provided at the glass to air (or external medium) boundary and the cores are neglected. The mechanism of field detachment from the cores is outlined and the coupler characteristics are derived from the interference between the two lowest order modes of the large waveguide.

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Published date: 1985

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Local EPrints ID: 78576
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/78576
ISSN: 0013-5194
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