Abstract

General coupling equations are derived describing field amplitude transfer from a prism to an anisotropic, uniaxial waveguide, having its optical axis in the plane of incidence. The influence of optical axis orientation on coupling efficiency and selectivity is discussed for a Gaussian incident beam.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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