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By K. Watanabe and K. Kuto

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Periodic Fourier transform is formally introduced to analyses of the electromagnetic wave propagation in optical waveguides. The transform make the field components periodic and they are then expanded in Fourier series without introducing an approximation of artificial periodic boundary. The proposed formulation is applied to two-dimensional slab waveguide structures, and the numerical results evaluate the validity and show some properties of convergence.

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K. Watanabe and K. Kuto, "Numerical Analysis of Optical Waveguides Based on Periodic Fourier Transform," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 64, 1-21, 2006.

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