Abstract

Two-dimensional reflectivity of transverse-magnetic-like modes (Hx = 0) is considered. The modes are derived by means of the effective-index approximation. Mathematical expressions for the reflectivity and conversion coefficients are similar in form to those of transverse-electric-like modes, although the various functions and parameters in the equations are defined somewhat differently.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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