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Guided Wave Photonics

Fundamentals and Applications with MATLAB®, 1st Edition

By Le Nguyen Binh

CRC Press

804 pages | 365 B/W Illus.

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A comprehensive presentation of the theory and simulation of optical waveguides and wave propagations in a guided environment, Guided Wave Photonics: Fundamentals and Applications with MATLAB® supplies fundamental and advanced understanding of integrated optical devices that are currently employed in modern optical fiber communications systems and photonic signal processing systems. While there are many texts available in this area, none provide the breadth and depth of coverage and computational rigor found in this one.

The author has distilled the information into a very practical, usable format. In a logical progression of theory and application, he starts with Maxwell's equations and progresses directly to optical waveguides (integrated optic and fiber optic), couplers, modulators, nonlinear effects and interactions, and system applications. With up-to-date coverage of applicable algorithms, design guides, material systems, and the latest device and system applications, the book addresses:

  • Fundamentals of guiding optical waves, including theoretical and simplified techniques
  • Linear and nonlinear aspects of optical waveguiding
  • Manipulating lightwaves by coupling and splitting
  • Interactions of lightwaves and ultra-fast electrical travelling waves in modern optical modulators
  • Applications of guided wave devices in optical communication systems and optical signal processing

Providing fundamental understanding of lightwave guiding and manipulating techniques, the text covers the field of integrated photonics by giving the principles, theoretical and applications. It explains how to solve the optical modes and their coupling as well as how to manipulate lightwaves for applications in communications and signal processing.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Historical Overview of Integrated Optics and Photonics

Why Analysis of Optical Guided-wave Devices?

Principal Objectives

Chapters Overview

Single Mode Planar Optical Waveguides

Formation of Planar Single Mode Waveguide Problems

Approximate Analytical Methods of Solution

APPENDIX A: Maxwell Equations in Dielectric Media

APPENDIX B: Exact Analysis of Clad-linear Optical Waveguides

APPENDIX C: Wentzel–Kramers–Brilluoin Method, Turning Points and Connection Formulae

APPENDIX D: Design and Simulation of Planar Optical Waveguides

3D Integrated Optical Waveguides

Marcatili’s Method| Effective Index Method

Non-uniform Grid Semivectorial Polarized Finite Difference Method for Optical Waveguides with Arbitrary Index Profile

Conclusions

Single Mode Optical Fibers: Structures and Transmission Properties

Optical Fibers

Nonlinear Optical Effects

Optical Fiber Manufacturing and Cabling

Concluding Remarks

Signal Attenuation and Dispersion

Signal Distortion in Optical Fibers

Transfer Function of Single Mode Fibers

Fiber Nonlinearity

Advanced Optical Fibers: Dispersion-shifted, Flatten and Compensated Optical Fibers

Numerical Solution: Split Step Fourier Method

Appendix: MATLAB Program for the Design of Optical Fibers

Program Listings of the Split Step Fourier Method with Self Phase Modulation and Raman Gain Distribution

Program Listings of an Initialization File

Design of Single Mode Optical Fiber Waveguides

Unified Formulation of Optical Fiber Waveguide Problems

Simplified Approach to the Design of Single Mode Optical Fibers

Dispersion Flattening and Compensating

Design Algorithm

Design Cases

Concluding Remarks

References

Appendix A: Derivatives of the RI with Respect to Wavelength

Appendix B: Higher Order Derivatives of the Propagation Constant

MATLAB Program for Design of Single Mode Optical Fibers

Scalar Coupled-mode Analysis

Coupler Configurations

Two-Mode Couplers

Fiber-slab Couplers

Fiber Bending

Numerical Calculations

Results and Discussion

Concluding Remarks

Full Coupled-mode Theory

Full Coupled-mode Analysis

Scalar CMT with Vectorial Corrections

Grating-assisted Fiber-slab Couplers

Analysis of Nonlinear Waveguide Couplers

Coupling in Dual-core Microstructure Fibers

Nonlinear Optical Waveguides: Switching, Parametric Conversion and Systems Applications

Introduction

Formulation of Electromagnetic Wave Equations for Nonlinear Optical Waveguides

Numerical Examples of Nonlinear Optical Waveguides

Nonlinear Optical Waveguide for Optical Transmission Systems

Demultiplexing 320 Gb/s Optical Time Division Multiplexed-Differential Quadrature Phase Shift Keying Signals Using Parametric Conversion in Nonlinear Optical Waveguides

Concluding Remarks

Integrated Guided-wave Photonic Transmitters

Optical Modulators

Traveling Wave Electrodes for Integrated Modulators

Lithium Niobate Optical Modulators: Devices and Applications

Generation and Modulation of Optical Pulse Sequences

Generation of Modulation

Nonlinearity in Guided Wave Devices

Nonlinear Effects in Integrated Optical Waveguides for Photonic Signal Processing

Nonlinear Effects in Actively Mode-locked Fiber Lasers

Nonlinear Photonic Pre-processing for Bispectrum Optical Receivers

Raman Effects in Microstructure Optical Fibers or Photonic Crystal Fibers

Raman Gain of Segmented Core Profile Fibers

Appendices

About the Author

Nguyen Le Binh

About the Series

Optics and Photonics

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC007000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Electrical
TEC019000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Lasers & Photonics
TEC024000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Microwaves
TEC061000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mobile & Wireless Communications