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10 January 1996 Magneto-optic waveguides: modeling and applications
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Magneto-optic waveguides show specific properties in comparison with waveguides of other dielectric materials. Depending on the choice of configuration, there is either a coupling between guided TE and TM modes, or a phase shift of TM modes. Both effects are nonreciprocal and depend on the external magnetic field or permanent magnetization. This paper briefly overviews methods for modeling of magneto-optic waveguides. Special attention is paid to the application of perturbation theory for finding modes and to beam propagation.
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Mikhail Shamonin, Manfred Lohmeyer, Peter Hertel, and Horst Doetsch "Magneto-optic waveguides: modeling and applications", Proc. SPIE 2695, Functional Photonic and Fiber Devices, (10 January 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.229963
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