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Polarization properties of optical resonators passive and active.

H. de Lang

Polarization properties of optical resonators passive and active.

by H. de Lang

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Published by N.V. Philips" Gloeilampenfabrieken in Eindhoven .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPhilips research reports supplements -- 1967/8
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13932244M

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Optical Resonators provides a detailed discussion of the properties of optical resonators for lasers from basic theory to recent research. In addition to describing the fundamental theories of resonators such as geometrical optics, diffraction, and polarisation the characteristics of all important resonator schemes and their calculation are presented.

Optical Resonators provides a detailed discussion of the properties of optical resonators for lasers from basic theory to recent research. In addition to describing the fundamental theories of resonators such as geometrical optics, diffraction, and polarisation the characteristics of all important resonator schemes and their calculation are presented.

Abstract. This chapter deals with the theory of passive optical resonators i.e. where no active medium is present within the cavity. The most widely used laser resonators have either plane or spherical mirrors of rectangular (or, more often, circular) shape, separated by some distance lly, L may range from a few centimeters to a few tens of centimeters, while the mirror dimensions Cited by: 3.

An optical resonator can be made from bulk optical components, as shown in Figure 1, or as a waveguide resonator, where the light is guided rather than sent through free space.

Bulk-optical resonators are used for solid-state bulk lasers, for transverse mode properties depend on the overall setup (including the length of air spaces), and mode sizes can vary significantly along. However, to a large extent, such demonstrations have focused on the realization of entirely passive (nonadaptive) Polarization properties of optical resonators passive and active.

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Unlike other textbooks currently available, this book covers all of the. Polarization-selective microring resonators (MRRs) are designed and demonstrated to work with resonances for only one of TE and TM polarizations for the first time, which can be used for realizing the crossing-free, compact and scalable multi-wavelength coherent receiver with dual polarizations.

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Coupled-Resonator Optical Waveguides (CROWs) are chains of resonators in which light propagates by virtue of the coupling between the resonators. The dispersive properties of these waveguides are controllable by the inter-resonator coupling and the geometry of the resonators.

If the inter-resonator coupling is weak, light can be engineered to propagate slowly in these structures.In this dissertation, the optical characteristics of active microring resonators are investigated. The result of this thesis is the complete investigation of the SML properties and also the optimization of the key design parameters in order to be used in future microring-based lightwave system Size: KB.ring resonators, with a focus on optical delay lines, biosen-sors and active rings.

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