Abstract

I provide a theoretical analysis of the refractive-index dependence of attenuation in antiresonant reflecting optical waveguides. The results are used to explain the mechanism of the intensity modulation in antiresonant reflecting optical waveguide structures, in terms of both reflection and interference phenomena in the cladding system.

© 1995 Optical Society of America

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