2 edition of Wave propagation in optical fibers found in the catalog.
Wave propagation in optical fibers
A. L. Jones
Written in English
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Pulse propagation in inhomogeneous optical fibers: Authors: Menyuk, C. R. Programs, Fiber Optics, Optical Communication, Optical Fibers, Photonics, Pulse Communication, Solid State Devices, Wave Propagation, Aluminum Gallium Arsenides, Birefringence, Computerized Simulation, Gallium Arsenides, Optical Waveguides, Quantum Wells. This book addresses the peculiarities of nonlinear wave propagation in waveguides and explains how the stratification depends on the waveguide and confinement. An example of this is an optical fibre that does not allow light to pass through a density jump.
Examples include nonlinear light propagation in a birefringent optical fiber or a wavelength-division-multiplexed system [35,36, 37], spinor Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) [38,39], the Author: Curtis Menyuk. Wave Propagation in Fibers Calculation of Fiber Modes Decomposition into Modes Types of Fiber Modes Cladding Modes Single-Mode Fibers V Number of a Single-Mode Fiber Numerical Aperture of a Single-Mode Fiber Effective Mode Area Multimode Fibers Glass Fibers Non-Silica Glass Fibers Nanofibers Plastic Optical Fibers Origins of Propagation Losses.
Device engineers working on ever-smaller integrated circuits and at ever higher frequencies must take into account wave propagation effects at the chip and circuit-board levels. Communication and computer network engineers routinely use waveguiding systems, such as transmission lines and optical fibers. A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiber optics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists with a solid foundation of the principles, capabilities, uses, and limitations of guided-wave optic devices and systems. In addition to the transmission properties of dielectric Author: Chin-Lin Chen.
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Rongqing Hui, in Introduction to Fiber-Optic Communications, Introduction. Optical wave is a special category of electromagnetic waves which can propagate in free space as well as been guided with dielectric waveguides.
Optical fiber is enabled by the optical field confinement mechanism of the waveguide. Low absorption of the materials that construct the optical.
Fundamentals of Optical Waveguides is an essential resource for any researcher, professional or student involved in optics and communications engineering. Any reader interested in designing or actively working with optical devices must have a firm. Metamaterials and solitons in optical fibers, nonlinear phenomena, and porous media Primarily a textbook for graduate courses in electrical engineering, Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, Radiation, and Scattering is also ideal for graduate students in bioengineering, geophysics, ocean engineering, and geophysical remote sensing.
Metamaterials and solitons in optical fibers, nonlinear phenomena, and porous media; Primarily a textbook for graduate courses in electrical engineering, Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, Radiation, and Scattering is also ideal for graduate students in bioengineering, geophysics, ocean engineering, and geophysical remote sensing.
The book is 4/5(1). Odyssey of Light in Nonlinear Optical Fibers: Theory and Applications presents a collection of breakthrough research portraying the odyssey of light from optical solitons to optical rogue waves in nonlinear optical fibers. The book provides a simple yet holistic view on the theoretical and application-oriented aspects of light, with a special focus on the underlying nonlinear : Kuppuswamy Porsezian.
About this book A classroom-tested introduction to integrated and fiber optics This text offers an in-depth treatment of integrated and fiber optics, providing graduate students, engineers, and scientists with a solid foundation of the principles, capabilities, uses, and limitations of guided-wave optic devices and systems.
An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made by drawing glass or plastic to a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. Optical fibers are used most often as a means to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber and find wide usage in fiber-optic communications, where they permit transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data transfer.
IntroductionNeed of Fiber Optic Communications, Evolution of Light Wave Systems, Basic Concepts; Analog and Digital Signals, Channel Multiplexing, Modulation Formats, Optical Communication Systems, Light Wave System Components; Optical Fibers as a Communication Channel, Optical Transmitters, Optical l FibersGeometrical-Optics.
This book covers the basic concepts and methods involved in polarization of light, and features important methods of analysis such as Jones matrices, Stokes parameters, and Poincaré sphere. Plane Wave Propagation in Anisotropic Media /49 9 Birefringence in Optical Fibers: Applications / Introduction / Nonlinear Fiber Optics deals with various nonlinear phenomena in optical fibers, including wave propagation, group-velocity dispersion, self-phase modulation, optical pulse compression, cross-phase modulation, stimulated Raman scattering and Brillouin scattering, and parametric processes.
The implications of various nonlinear effects on the performance of light-wave. ¾ In single mode optical fibers only one mode of propagation is possible. λ is the wave length of light traveling through the fiber. ¾ In multi mode optical fibers many mummer of modes of propagation are possible.
¾ In case of in multi mode fiber the diameter of File Size: KB. An optical waveguide is a physical structure that guides electromagnetic waves in the optical types of optical waveguides include optical fiber and transparent dielectric waveguides made of plastic and glass.
Optical waveguides are used as components in integrated optical circuits or as the transmission medium in local and long haul optical communication. This book introduces the physical principles of optical fibers, and details their use in sensor technology and modern optical communication systems.
The authors begin by setting out the basic propagation characteristics of single mode and multimode optical fibers/5(2). Cite this chapter as: Daum W., Krauser J., Zamzow P.E., Ziemann O.
() Light propagation in optical fibers. In: POF — Polymer Optical Fibers for Data : Werner Daum, Jürgen Krauser, Peter E. Zamzow, Olaf Ziemann. Summary. Odyssey of Light in Nonlinear Optical Fibers: Theory and Applications presents a collection of breakthrough research portraying the odyssey of light from optical solitons to optical rogue waves in nonlinear optical fibers.
The book provides a simple yet holistic view on the theoretical and application-oriented aspects of light, with a special focus on the underlying. One of the most methodical treatments of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and scatteringincluding new applications and ideas Presented in two parts, this book takes an analytical approach on the subject and emphasizes new ideas and applications used today.
Part one covers fundamentals of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and Author: Akira Ishimaru. The book's scope covers both fundamentals and applications from both theoretical and experimental perspectives, with topics including linear and nonlinear effects, pulse propagation phenomena and pulse shaping, solitons and rogue waves, novel optical fibers, supercontinuum generation, polarisation management, optical signal processing, fiber.
The chapter on wave optics introduces Maxwell's equations and derives the wave equation. The mathematical tools necessary for describing diffraction are derived and then applied to a few representative examples.
The equations of geometrical optics are derived from Fermat's principle, and the Hamiltonian formalism of geometrical optics is developed. The discussion of lenses is Cited by: 8. Analyze the effect of a constant, uniform magnetic field B 0, parallel to the direction n of electromagnetic wave propagation, on the wave's dispersion in plasma, within the same simple model that was used in section of the lecture notes for the derivation of Eq.
Fibers with large core diameters are multimode fibers. One of the difficulties associated with light propagation in multimode fibers arises from the differences among the group velocities of the modes. This results in a variety of travel times so that light pulses are broadened as they travel through the fiber.
Now let us discuss electromagnetic wave propagation in dielectric waveguides. The conceptually simplest, step-index waveguide (see figures b and ) consists of an inner core and an outer shell (in the optical fiber technology lingo, called the cladding) with a higher wave propagation speed, i.e.
lower index of refraction.Dielectric Waveguides: Optical Fibers. The wave approaches an infinite parallel plane wave having a propagation constant that is hardly affected by the layer.
In the opposite extreme, where goes to infinity, the decay of the external field is rapid, and a given mode is well confined inside the layer. Again, the wave assumes the character of.From the Publisher. The purpose of this book is to provide the reader with a balanced account of the basics of light propagation in fibers.
Includes the current level of technology in optical fiber design, along with measurement techniques and nonlinear effects/5(2).