Abstract

The normal-mode transmission direction perpendicular to the substrate is used for developing an alternative equivalent-network formulation for the analysis of optical strip waveguides (e.g., strip-loaded waveguides and rib waveguides). Our choice of transmission direction permits simple forms of normal modes, symmetric slab-waveguide modes, and plane waves. Our approach becomes simple when the thickness of the uniform-slab waveguide is small.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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