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The nonorthogonality of modes as emphasized by Hardy and Streifer is part of this formalism as well. The coupling Coefficients agree with those of Hardy and Streifer derived for TE modes of loss-free guides. For TM modes the coupling coefficients differ slightly for the simpler trial solution and agree exactly for a different trial solution.

The simpler trial solution gives results closer to the exact solution. Conventional coupled-mode theory emerges from orthonormalization. Article :. Date of Publication: Jan Need Help?

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Integrated Optics pp Cite as. Chapter 2 has reviewed the key results of waveguide theory, particularly with respect to the various optical modes that can exist in the waveguide. A comparison has been made between the physical-optic approach and the ray-optic approach in describing light propagation in a waveguide. In this chapter, the electromagnetic wave theory of the physical-optic approach is developed in detail.

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