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Cutoff Frequency of a Homogeneous Optical Fiber with Arbitrary Cross Section

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Through an original derivation of the boundary conditions right at cutoff, the method of circular-harmonic expansion proposed by Goell to calculate propagation constants is extended to treat cutoff frequencies of homogeneous optical fibers with arbitrary cross sections in the rigorous vector form. This circular-harmonic method is also extended to the scalar form, from which the cutoff frequency can be obtained in a simpler way. Numerical results of cutoff frequencies of both the vector and the scalar forms are presented.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 11 )