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Multilayer Optical Waveguides as Isolators, Polarizers and Other Optical Devices: A Review
Journal of Engineering Research and Reports
An optical waveguide is a structure guiding the wave of light, limiting it to travel through the given and specific path. If the size of transverse dimensions is bigger than the guided light wavelength, then total internal reflection (TIR) and geometrical optics can be used to explain the working principle of geometrical optics. There is a strong control from Photonic Band Gap (PBG) structures over light and some of the best use cases of such structures rely on the functionalities while usingdoi:10.9734/jerr/2021/v21i917493 fatcat:ps2f223glfgadcufscjsmwxkzi