Abstract

The detailed behavior of circular bend attenuation in GaAs/AlGaAs rib waveguides is explored both experimentally and theoretically. Our results show a strong polarization dependence of the bend loss and coherent coupling oscillations much weaker than predicted by beam-propagation calculations.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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