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Analysis of Electromagnetic-Wave Modes in Anisotropic Slab Waveguide

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Electromagnetic-wave modes propagating in anisotropic slab waveguide are analyzed theoretically in detail. The propagation conditions are derived under which waves can propagate along the axis of the guide. A two-dimensional three-layered waveguiding structure consisting of an anisotropic dielectric slab coated on, or immersed in, isotropic surrounding substrate materials is considered as a typical configuration of the guide. Field-intensity distributions of the propagating modes and their propagation constants are obtained by numerical computations. Techniques for achieving the mode discrimination and the single-mode operation are given. Some possible applications in integrated optics are suggested.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )