Abstract

The radiation characteristics of waveguide diffractive doublets consisting of double gratings located on two surfaces of waveguide cladding film are modeled based on a singular perturbation method. We determine the conditions under which the presence of the upper grating does not affect the radiation characteristics of the waveguide diffractive doublet as a whole. This allows independent performance of the upper grating, which may be replaced by a general diffractive optical element, and of the lower grating as a waveguide grating coupler. The results obtained provide an alternative method for determining the thickness of cladding film in the waveguide diffractive doublets for guided-wave manipulation.

© 1998 Optical Society of America

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