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000111067 245__ $$aVectorial electromagnetic modes in V-shaped dielectric waveguides with application to quantum wire devices
000111067 260__ $$c1999
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000111067 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000111067 500__ $$aSwiss Fed Inst Technol, EPFL, Dept Phys, Inst Micro & Optoelect, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland. Crisinel, D, Swiss Fed Inst Technol, EPFL, Dept Phys, Inst Micro & Optoelect, CH-1015 Lausanne, Switzerland.
000111067 500__ $$aISI Document Delivery No.: 235FT
000111067 500__ $$aTimes Cited: 1
000111067 500__ $$aCited Reference Count: 18
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000111067 520__ $$aThe properties of V-shaped optical dielectric waveguides are investigated in detail using a vectorial finite element method. The fundamental modes exhibit extremely tight, heart shaped near field patterns. The maximum intensity of the fundamental mode is found to be vertically shifted with respect to the geometrical center of the waveguide. Fundamental and higher order mode properties are extensively studied, including mode patterns, dispersion curves and polarization properties. The local mode polarization of the two fundamental modes varies from a horizontal (vertical) orientation at the groove center to TM (or TE respectively) far in the side wings. The optimal design of waveguides for GaAs/AlGaAs quantum wire diode lasers and Quantum Confined Stark Effect modulators grown on V-grooved substrates is discussed.
000111067 6531_ $$aoptical waveguide
000111067 6531_ $$aquantum wire
000111067 6531_ $$aWAVE-GUIDES
000111067 6531_ $$aLASERS
000111067 6531_ $$aDEPENDENCE
000111067 700__ $$aCrisinel, D.
000111067 700__ $$0240820$$g105021$$aDupertuis, M. A.
000111067 700__ $$aKapon, E.
000111067 773__ $$j31$$tOptical and Quantum Electronics$$k9-10$$q797-812
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