One-Dimensional Confinement

  • M. K. Barnoski


Consider the dielectric slab waveguide1 of thickness t illustrated in Fig. 1. The waveguide is assumed to be infinitely thick in the y dimension, therefore, ∂/∂y = 0. For TE modes the longitudinal components of the electric field Ez vanishes. Substitution of Ez = 0 and ∂/∂y = 0 into Equations 67 and 68 of Chapter I relating the transverse and longitudinal components results in the following field equations.


Canyon Road Transverse Electric Slab Waveguide Natural Dispersion Dielectric Slab 
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© University of California 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. K. Barnoski
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  1. 1.Hughes Research LaboratoriesMalibuUSA

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