Bound states in coupled guides. II. Three dimensions.
preprintposted on 01.08.2005, 11:19 by Christopher LintonChristopher Linton, Keith Ratcliffe
We compute bound-state energies in two three-dimensional coupled waveguides, each obtained from the two-dimensional configuration considered in part I by ro- tating the geometry about a different axis. The first geometry consists of two concentric circular cylindrical waveguides coupled by a finite length gap along the axis of the inner cylinder and the second is a pair of planar layers coupled laterally by a circular hole. We have also extended the theory for this latter case to include the possibility of multiple circular windows. Both problems are formulated using a mode-matching technique, and in the cylindrical guide case the same residue calcu- lus theory as used in I is employed to find the bound-state energies. For the coupled planar layers we proceed differently, computing the zeros of a matrix derived from the matching analysis directly.
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